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    Justin commented  · 

    I second this. Currently you can Add Timelines from multiple sources - i.e. in the case of a dual boot machine, you'll definitely only ever be using one at a time. I handle this by locally adding all the Reports databases, so the view is always tapered - i.e. it only shows data from one OS or the other. It would be great if there were a way to load them up so they render merged on one line (and so reporting could be done accordingly) - rather than separate timelines for each OS (and each separate system).

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    Agreed. And even beyond the better ease-of-use of the app itself, the biggest issue with having to rely on a server on Linux is that it means there's no way to work with MT unless you have an internet connection to said server. With a remote central server (which is used by multiple clients), this makes it impossible for any offline client to work (i.e. on flights, out in the field, etc). Furthermore, because that server is the exclusive form of UI for Linux clients, the only way to use screenshots is by syncing them - which will consume an immense amount of additional data, which may not be feasible if your clients are on metered connections.

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