[new feature]Generic parts
- Alternate parts: order can be set from highest to lowest priority
- Purchase orders:
ordered/received oncan now be edited
- Stock columns: in several tables you now have three columns for displaying stock quantities (
Stock- for combined on-order and on-hand,
- Part details: indication of how many documents and if notes are present is now displayed on the tabs
- Projects table: Part column link removed, use popover instead
[fix]Barcode scanning when caps-lock is active
[fix]API not starting
You can now create and use generic parts.
A generic part is not a physical part but it represents, or groups, parts that can be used interchangeably - this is specially useful for resistors and capacitors for which you might not be concerned about their manufacturer as long as they have the same or equivalent specs.
They can also be used to postpone the decision of which part to use. For example, you might assign a generic part to a BOM item but decide which real part to use later on during production.
The parts that can be used in place of a generic part are listed through
In project builds, when picking inventory to reserve/assemble, the
Sources column will display which parts were used: