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Meet Mr. Extra Flag in the 6.0 Test Results Panel posted on June 13th, 2016

By Jesus Rodriguez

In this blog we will answer the mystery behind the Extra Flag in your Test Results Panel in MusicMaster 6.0! I guess it would only be appropriate for me to introduce you two. Mr. Extra Flag say hola to MusicMaster’s coolest User. Awesome User say hello to Mr. Extra Flag!

So now that we all know each other let me tell you a little bit about my friend Mr. Extra Flag. He only likes to come out and play when you have selected the triple flag icon on your test results panel. He is not too fond of partying alone because he only has two outfits a yellow flag and a red flag. Unless his triple flag buddies are selected he will just stay in hiding. When he does come out to play you can hover over Mr. Extra Flag and see what the violation is that his red or yellow flag outfit is representing. You can also click on Mr. Extra Flag and he will take you straight to the rule that has the violation like a VIP.

Meet Mr. Extra Flag 1Meet Mr. Extra Flag 2

Some people like to still have the entire list of rules on their test results panel screen but the downside to that is that if you have a lot of rules you can’t see what the failure is at a glance. With the extra flag option you can now easily see and pinpoint what it is that failed. This is great if your rule tree is really extensive so you can quickly see what the issue was with your rule tree.

If you were a user that only needs to know what the rule failures are then the double flag feature that we have had for years would possibly be best for you. However, if you want to know where the rule failure occurs within the complete list of your rules then the triple flag setting with the option to use Mr. Extra Flag would be the best solution for you so you no longer have to scroll up and down looking for the rule that was broken.