An office administrator encountered failure errors when attempting to upload a new rental listing to Trade Me.
Through trial and error it was discovered that the price had been entered manually into the price comment field instead of formulated using the search price field.
For a rental property the price per week amount must be entered into the search field (under Listing Entry, Listing tab, Pricing). Then in Comment select '<$>'. The display price will show underneath as in the example below.
Improved Realestate.co.nz listing import system:
The Gallery now has a context menu that appears when you right-click on a listing row:
The Contacts grid also has a context menu:
Using Select All (or Ctrl + A) in the Gallery and Contacts now retains the original vertical scroll point instead of repositioning.
The default and minimum vertical height of a restored down window is reduced in order to fit better for x768 height displays such as remote desktop protocol sessions.
In Contacts, the execution has been tweaked to more reliably show phone and email contact details (if enabled) for larger databases without requiring a refresh.
Corrected the default save location for edited letters to be the standard template folder instead of a listing's media directory.
In To Do List the right-click context menu has been expanded to include an option to complete the focused activity.
Improving resilience in downloading from Realestate.co.nz.
An adjustment to how listings with the prefix 'RE' are managed in Sales History to not confuse them with 'REINZ' sales records for reporting purposes. This impacts photo management and whether adverts / features are published on CMAs.
Updating Trade Me Suburb IDs
In Listing Entry, Internet tab, Trade Me Suburb selection, there is now an Update from Trade Me button to fetch the latest suburbs list on demand. This means that when Trade Me adds a new suburb option you can immediately start using it in SalesPartner rather than waiting for version updates.
On a SalesPartner-Cloud workstation running Eset NOD32 antivirus, the remoteapp mtsc desktop shortcuts would become unusable because the connection was being quarantined. To solve this we temporarily enabled Learning mode then reinstalled the resources and tested them to create firewall permissions automatically. Then we reverted ESET back to the standard mode and the issue was resolved.
At an on-premise office where a network client workstation was running Norton 360, the operator was unable to read / write specific records including Listing Entry even though the file share was configured correctly. To solve this we escalated the network from private to trusted and the issue was fixed.