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    CR 1404-1297956 (make it easier to delete reports created by ex-staff).

    The only way to delete reports from ex-Staff at present is to re-activate their account, login as them, delete the reports and then de-activate the account again.

    This change request (that I found while pondering rewriting my old one after it was deleted) proposes allowing System Managers to delete reports belonging to inactive users (and possibly others).

    If you're logged in this hideous URL may work: http://support.capitaes.co.uk/Change...9B%C3%94%C3%9F

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    +2 Voted

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    Hey it worked from a mobile and I wasn't even logged in.
    +2
    Though there is always one that does a strong disagree!

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    I'd love to know why anyone would strongly disagree with this one?

    +2 from me - so much junk in our reports from people 'having a play'

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    Quote Originally Posted by tombry View Post
    I'd love to know why anyone would strongly disagree with this one?
    Lack of Mouse control / Reading Skills / It's the Developer?

    +2 from me too.

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    +2 here as well.

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    +2 Seems logical. I would find it even easier if as system manager you could delete any report, saves going into System Manager to do it.

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