Would you like to measure colorants for a formula in shots or other units instead of milliliters? We have good news for you – from version 188.8.131.52 on you can, and there is more to it!
In just two mouse clicks you can switch between units anytime and the application automatically recalculates values for the unit you have chosen. And what is more, you can switch to e.g. shots while your colleague still measures in milliliters, and the application takes care of the rest – you don’t have to worry about calculations or synchronization at all.
The only thing you should keep in mind is that if you want to work with grams, you have to set density of master colorants. If the density is either not set or is set to zero, Redlike Manager uses default value 1.
How to use this feature
As described above, using this feature is quite simple. You just choose the desired measurement unit above the colorant table and that’s it.
After doing that you can edit colorant amounts in chosen unit, and it makes sense to also display the amount sum using this unit, so it does so.
And that’s it. Nothing more, but nothing less.
If you like this feature let as know. You can tell us or just simply give this article a heart (on the line just under the title), so that we know that we are going the right way. And let us know even in case that you find your favorite measurement unit missing, so we can add it to the list.