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(Add Edit) Player Points.
This form is viewed by right clicking on the �(Add-Edit) Team Weekly Game and then selecting Edit from the menu if you are editing an existing record or select Add for a new entry.

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This is where you assign individual player points. The scores you enter here are the individual player scores for the match.
You will notice  that the top of the form automatically displays the players ID and Name you are about to input score details
for. The following list explains the input fields used by Visual Darts.
The Extra points Box at the bottom of the input form allows the user to award points to the player for certain scores. These
points are generally awarded in the game of Cricket, where the game is played in many League matches with the 01 games (501 etc)

The All Star Points input selection box below shows why Visual Darts is so flexible. In "Description" You select what the points
are awarded for. And under "Points" You select the amount of points you wish to be awarded for the achievement under the
"Description" Title. This example reads, as a player will get 1 point for every score he gets between 100and 139. The data in
this box is what is displayed in the "All Star Points" dropdown box in the form above.. Under "Occurrences" you enter how many
times the player scored 100 to139. This data is stored and is printed out in the Report along with other information statistics.

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This form is viewed by right clicking on the �(Add-Edit-Delete) / Search Members List and then selecting Edit from the
menu if you are editing an existing record or select Add for a new entry.
This is where you input a club members personal details. Not only you will be able to input general details like Name
and Address etc. but also: � Date Joined Date the member joined the club. � Gender Male/Female. � Grade Current grade
of the playing member. � Club Name of club the member belongs to. � Rank Title given to a committee member of a
club. � Member fees details: � Current Rego Date When the member signs the registration book. � Date Paid Date the
fees are paid (Partial/Full). � Amount Amount paid (Partial/Full). � Full Amount Paid Ticked when the player has paid in full.
Note: Any changes to the player details e.g. Address, Grade, Club etc should be changed in the Edit feature of this form

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This is where you input a club members personal details. Not only you will be able to input general details like Name and
Address etc. but also: � Date Joined Date the member joined the club. � Gender Male/Female. � Grade Current grade of the
playing member. � Club Name of club the member belongs to. � Rank Title given to a committee member of a club. �
Member fees details: � Current Rego Date When the member signs the registration book. � Date Paid Date the fees are paid
(Partial/Full). � Amount Amount paid (Partial/Full). � Full Amount Paid Ticked when the player has paid in full. Note: Any
changes to the player details e.g. Address, Grade, Club etc should be changed in the Edit feature of this form

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(Add-Edit-Delete) Club List This form is used to keep track of one or more club details where a game can be played at your
place or the opposing teams place or a completely separate venue. In order to create a fixture (list) of teams competing
against each other in a league during a season, you must enter all the clubs and the grades associated with that club.
To do this, click the �Add Club/venue button. This form goes on to explain the reasoning behind the different form entries
in Venue field to derive the �Your place, Opposing team place or Totally separate independent venue. Example using only
2 clubs: (All possible variations for Club/Venue)

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Many clubs award points for the final positioning of the players. However if you
don�t want to use the points position then simply assign a zero value to the points field.
Example using 6 Players or LESS per team in a CLUB:

weekly games list

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the form displays all the game result details e.g. home team and away team and their corresponding scores, where the game was played (venue) and the grade of the teams playing. By selecting one of these records and pressing the �Edit Team Weekly Game button you are able to change the record details in the event of an input error. The top half of the form is a search facility used to find past game results. You can find a result for game by mixing any of the drop down fields.

RankList

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Most clubs have Presidents, vise president, treasurer, recorder and many other ranks
including player rank. Visual Darts is capable of recording a history of ranks (titles)
in the system. So by allocating ranks to members, Visual Darts will be able to
search for members in there category .

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Rank Is the status given to a club member.
In a club a committee is appointed by its members. The committee may consist of the following examples: President, Treasurer, Secretary, Recorder, Committee, Club Members, Social Members, Actual Players.

Example: If your club needs a �Vice President� Simply add the title by using the �(Add-Edit-Delete) Rank List. The title � Vice President� is then given to a member using �(Add-Edit-Delete) / Search Members List. When a global / club search is done for a �Vice President� all the current and the past Vice President details will be displayed. If a global search is done for the Vice President and assuming you have entered 100 Clubs and each club has a Vice President then Visual Darts will display the 100 Vice Presidents.

Due to the combination of Clubs and members Visual Darts is able to report on one club and its members, or multiple
clubs and its members along with their game statistics and member/player reports. �Imagine 1000 clubs each having
100 members. Visual Darts at its best.�

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The dollar and Cent icons on the left indicate weather a member has paid his club fees, partially
paid or not paid.

This form is viewed by right clicking on the �(Add-Edit-Delete) User List and then
selecting Edit from the menu if you are editing an existing record or select Add for a new entry.

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The following details must be assigned:

  • Name Full name given to the user of the system �
  • Logon Name Name user inputs to get access to the system �
  • Old Password Used when user changes their own password �
  • New Password New password of the user �
  • Confirm Password Re�enter the New password to confirm �
  • Admin Tick box if user has Highest level access �
  • Active Tick box if user is able to logon
Note: Old Password: (Is only enabled when Changing Password). This is used as part of a security measure when choosing a new password. This ensures that no other person is able to change your current password without entering your old password first. Do not tell anyone else your password.

Admin: Persons with administrator privileges are able to allocate more users of the system. Intern allocating other Administrator users. In Practice there should really be one administrator user. Active: An Administrator user can simply disable a user from logging on by not ticking the box.

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Edit Additional Points Allocation.This is where you change the points currently allocated for the 180 or Double out.
Note you cannot add additional records to this maintain form. It is purely for changing the existing points selection
used by Visual Darts.

Default value for the 180 is 10 Points, and the Double Out value is 2 points.

Note: That you can also alter the description field. e.g. changing the default description for the 180 record from
�Score allocated to 180� to �My 180 scores�. This option is used when clubs wish to allocate a point system to there
players. Therefore rewarding highest points gained by players during the season.

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Edit Additional Points Positiion

This is where you change the value of points given to a player for the final team position in a weekly game.
The default values can be changed by choosing a record from �(Add-Edit-Delete) Player Points Position List,
and entering the values you want in the �Points� field.

This list can be Added, Edited and deleted. Note: Visual Darts is capable of recording the history of player points positions. Assuming you have entered data for half the darts season and you had allocated 6 points for the player with the highest average for the weekly game and now you wish to change the points from 6 to 10. Visual Darts will re-calculate all the history record (previous records) where 6 points was allocated and change it to 10 points instantly. This will also be reflected in the report printout. Should you wish to alter the points system per season, then allocate individual player points position as shown bellow. Now when a player is awarded points for a season e.g. 1997 then all the records for 1997 will be changed to reflect your new allocation of points and all the 1998 records
(player points) will remain the same.

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This is where you change the value of points given to a player for the final team position in a weekly game.
The default values can be changed by choosing a record from �(Add-Edit-Delete) Player Points Position List,
and entering the values you want in the �Points� field.

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This list can be Added, Edited and deleted. Note: Visual Darts is capable of recording the history
of player points positions. Assuming you have entered data for half the darts season and you
had allocated 6 points for the player with the highest average for the weekly game and now you
wish to change the points from 6 to 10. Visual Darts will re-calculate all the history record
(previous records) where 6 points was allocated and change it to 10 points instantly. This
will also be reflected in the report printout. Should you wish to alter the points system per
season, then allocate individual player points position as shown bellow. Now when a player is
awarded points for a season e.g. 1997 then all the records for 1997 will be changed to reflect
your new allocation of points and all the 1998 records
(player points) will remain the same.0

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Edit Club 1


In order to input a new club details or edit an existing club, you must input the following details at the
top half of the �Add Club� or �Edit Club� form.

  • Name �
  • Address �
  • City, State, Zip Code etc� �
  • Only a Venue. Explained in �(Add-Edit-Delete) Club List.

The bottom half of the form is split into two halves .
  • Right half is the �Possible Grades to choose from:�.
  • � Left half is the �Grades associated to this Club:�.

Possible Grades to choose from: (Right half)

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Edit Club 2
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The grades that appear in the list above are input via the �(Add-Edit-Delete) Grade List. Grades associated to this Club: (Left half)

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The Members report gives you a visual or a printout of member details and weather they are financial or not and the date they joined

weekly_report

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This is the weekly stat result report which shows how the player played. And the right side shows the players agregate stats to date. The Report not only displays the teams results but at the bottom of the report also shows the details of any player who has played for this grade during the season.

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In some countries the Dart club must send into their Association an aggregate statistical report (only) of their players. This report is the same as the one above, but without the weekly game details displayed.

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This is the Fixture sheet, this is generated by the information that is placed in the maintenance file at the beginning of the season.The form shows which teams and on what date you will be playing them. This form was generated to show only the team you will be playing on any given week. The form can display all the different teams in the leaguee for each week so as you can see what other team in your league is playing who.

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The Members report gives you a visual or a printout of member details and weather they are financial or not and the date they joined

 
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