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Can you make it so that all active filters will automatically show picks for the current season? Right now, if you use a Season filter in a system without any picks yet in the current season (e.g., you created it before the season), there is no way to make it active until it has had a pick and then you manually go into the system and select '13-'14 as an active season. I think that any system which the user has checked as "active" should assume that the user is interested all picks for the upcoming season, and thus auto-activate. As it is, if you create 10 new systems pre-season, you have to wait for each one to have a current year history and then edit each one individually, in order to use it.

A little bit confusing to describe, but I hope it makes sense and that you can make a simple fix to solve the problem.

asked 16 Dec '13, 18:35

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edited 17 Dec '13, 03:26


Thanks Evo, you can actually use the "Custom Date Range" filter instead for now and set it to a future date. For example, if you use that and set the range from 2003-2018, you'll get current game matches the current season without any previous plays needed.

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answered 17 Dec '13, 12:08

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I am aware of that, but what I am talking about is if you use the Season selector (with checkboxes), rather than the calendar date range filter. Until the system has a pick in the current season, the system does not even display a checkbox for this season. So right now, there is no way to use the Season selector filter to create a system before the season and have it show future matches as they arise (without manual intervention). Does this make sense?

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answered 17 Dec '13, 12:12

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Yes, we're aware of that issue and the Custom Date Range is the current work-around until that issue is updated/resolved.

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answered 17 Dec '13, 12:13

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