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 **Mileage/​fuel/​counters with accuracy to two decimal places** **Mileage/​fuel/​counters with accuracy to two decimal places**
  
-This option allows you to always see all the mileage, fuel and sensor values ​​​to within two decimal places. If the option is not activated, the default settings are used: mileage is less than 20 and fuel less than 50 is output to the nearest hundredth, and the values ​​above are indicated in whole numbers; any values ​​of the sensor counters — only integers.+This option allows you to always see all the mileage, fuel and sensor values to within two decimal places. If the option is not activated, the default settings are used: mileage is less than 20 and fuel less than 50 is output to the nearest hundredth, and the values ​​above are indicated in whole numbers; any values ​​of the sensor counters — only integers.
  
 :!: If you see //0.00// in a cell, it means the initial value had thousands or even smaller fractions, which can be seen if you export report to XML, CSV or Excel. ​ :!: If you see //0.00// in a cell, it means the initial value had thousands or even smaller fractions, which can be seen if you export report to XML, CSV or Excel. ​
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 **Exclude thefts from fuel consumption** ​ **Exclude thefts from fuel consumption** ​
  
-This option can be useful if you want to ignore thefts when calculating fuel consumption in different tables and statistics. By default, however, thefts are considered a part of fuel consumption. That isif the option is enabled, such columns as //Consumed by FLS// and //Average consumption by FLS// are calculated without considering fuel thefts. ​+This option can be useful if you want to ignore thefts when calculating fuel consumption in different tables and statistics. By default, however, thefts are considered a part of fuel consumption. That is if the option is enabled, such columns as //Consumed by FLS// and //Average consumption by FLS// are calculated without considering fuel thefts. ​
  
 **Mileage from trips only** ​ **Mileage from trips only** ​
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 This option can be applied to the //​Connection problems// and //​Chronology//​ tables, as well as to charts when selecting the background for connection loss. If the checkbox is marked, time intervals with no messages from units or messages without coordinates are shown in the corresponding reports or in charts. If no checkbox is marked, you can see only time intervals without messages. This option can be applied to the //​Connection problems// and //​Chronology//​ tables, as well as to charts when selecting the background for connection loss. If the checkbox is marked, time intervals with no messages from units or messages without coordinates are shown in the corresponding reports or in charts. If no checkbox is marked, you can see only time intervals without messages.
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 +**Skip empty rows**
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 +This option allows to hide the rows without any data.
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 +**Mileage and fuel with accuracy to two decimal places**
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 +This option allows you to always see all the mileage and fuel values with an accuracy of two decimal places. If the option is not activated, the default settings are used: mileage less than 20 and fuel less than 50 are displayed to the nearest hundredth, and the values above — as whole numbers.
  
 **Date and time format** ​ **Date and time format** ​
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 This option defines the metrics for such parameters as mileage, speed, fuel, and temperature in reports. ​ This option defines the metrics for such parameters as mileage, speed, fuel, and temperature in reports. ​
  
-:!: //Note.//\\ Depending on the [[:​cms/​convers/​convers|measurement system]] selected in the report template for which the [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​filtration|intervals filtration]] has been applied, you should remember that the values of filtration parameters are not converted into the corresponding values ​​of another measurement system. Nonetheless,​ the metrics ​is changed to the corresponding metrics of the selected system. For example, if you have 50 kilometers mileage and 100 kilometers per hour speed, after choosing the US measurement system, you receive 50 miles mileage and 100 miles per hour speed.+:!: //Note.//\\ Depending on the [[:​cms/​convers/​convers|measurement system]] selected in the report template for which the [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​filtration|intervals filtration]] has been applied, you should remember that the values of filtration parameters are not converted into the corresponding values ​​of another measurement system. Nonetheless,​ the metrics ​are changed to the corresponding metrics of the selected system. For example, if you have 50 kilometers mileage and 100 kilometers per hour speed, after choosing the US measurement system, you receive 50 miles mileage and 100 miles per hour speed.
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