I've never used the "Schedule Detail" option before. That works, thank you. Gives you all the info exept you can't see who you're flying with. I can live withouth that though. It also lets me check in which can come in handy. Still somewhat disapointed. Oh well.In my experience, there's nothing other than IE on a windows machine that will let you use the View Schedule option. The Schedule Detail option should work for you, though. None of it works on my BlackBerry, though, which is annoying...
Use the schedule detail to see when and where, then use Flight Log Report (very bottom) to see who you're flying with. That's the easiest thing I've found unless you have a windows box with IE handy. Sucks, but it is what it is. As an avid Mozilla user, I've come to appreciate the "Schedule Detail."I've never used the "Schedule Detail" option before. That works, thank you. Gives you all the info exept you can't see who you're flying with. I can live withouth that though. It also lets me check in which can come in handy. Still somewhat disapointed. Oh well.
Happy New year!!
How do you get Opera for the Blackberry? There's a lot of sites that don't seem to be suppored on my crackberry, it's a little disappointing. I can get as far as the main menu on Screwweb, but when I try to click on anything it gives me an error message and kicks me out .:banghead:Opera Mini works great for the Blackberries. A friend with the Iphone 3G is not able to view the schedule but can look at the schedule detail
IE Tab is a lifesave for Crew Trac. If you click the icon of the Firefox logo at the bottom BEFORE clicking the link to access CrewTrac, it'll change it from Firefox to IE. Do this instead of selecting "Open in IE Tab" and it solves some issues. For example, that's the ONLY way I can get our PBS software to open up without launching Internet Exploder.I've gotten the View Schedule to work in Firefox with a firefox addon that makes firefox masequerade as IE, but it doesn't work exactly right.