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OpenProj - Duration getting changed

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We just downloaded OpenProj for the Mac.  If we have a project open and attempt to enter time in the Duration with "hours", it automatically converts it to days.

So if I enter a Duration of "4hrs" and hit Okay, the entry is "0.5 days".  

While it is technically correct, we'd like it to actually list it in "hrs" format.


Is this possible?

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Britt Thompson earned 1000 total points
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It's definitely possible but you'd have to change the source for the site or have someone create a plugin to do it...I'm not seeing anything available that does what you want. That's just how it works.

http://openproj.org/wiki/index.php?title=Gantt_Chart

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Thanks for the response.

Apparently what I need is not natively possible for the application.

I do not write code, therefore I'll assume this function is not supported.

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