This is a full explanation of the system time button.
This is the time when the day rolls over in Dinerware. It may be set to a time other than midnight. The business day, and all sales, labor, etc. will be associated with that day.
This will cause all workstations to be set to the same time when a change is made. If it is not checked, only the workstation upon which the change is occurring will be updated.
This may be used to adjust the time on the bar computers. It allows the login window and the Order Entry window to display a time that is earlier than the actual time.
Example: Last call, this helps get the process started.
Warning: Any automatic Discounts will start at the real time NOT the bar time.
This is the time between the last touch on the Order Entry or pay screen and the time when the login window reappears.
This determines how long the fast pay change due screen is displayed.
Note: The employee may always touch the screen to clear the message. Better to have it p for too long instead of not long enough.
This controls how frequently data is sent to the kitchen printer. The system will send any new data every XX number of seconds. This also controls how long it takes for a change made in any of the management windows to occur for the system.
Note: Some changes do require exiting the workstation and starting it back up for the change to occur.
Dinerware will hold out for this period of time before attempting to send a print job a second time.
Overtime. Pick whichever one applies to you.
This checkbox controls whether employees are paid or not while they are on break.
This is the number that should be used for each employee before they are eligible for overtime.
This dropdown allows the user to choose the day of the week that the system will start a new work week on.
This controls the time aspect of connection problems between workstations and the brain.
This is how many times the connection will attempt to be re-established.
In regards to #12. This controls how much time may elapse before the system marks the thread as dead and the workstation will need to be restarted.
This button opens a calendar and a clock which the user may adjust to get the system to display the correct date and time.
Note: This will also change the Windows clock.
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