This release contains performance enhancements to the dashboard and the main Loss Forecaster page. Users with a large number of clients should especially see an improvement.
New "Jump" Feature
A new Jump button (see below) has been added as a navigation option in Loss Forecaster. This allows for easier navigation to any form. Clicking the Jump button will automatically save the file.
Correction to Printing a Loss Projection without a Pure Loss Rate
It is now impossible to print a loss projection report unless a pure loss rate has been entered. Doing so would have produced an error, therefore the possibility has now be elimited.
Correction to displaying zeros for Incurred and Paid Losses
If the Incurred Method is selected on the Loss Projection report, we have removed the empty "Paid" column so that it no longer displays a column of zeros. Likewise if the Paid Method is selected, we have not removed the "Incurred" loss column which would display as all zeros.
Additional Bug Fixes
- Fixed bug with custom LDFs not importing properly from an Excel file.
- Fixed bug where non-integer amounts expected to be integers are rounded on import of an Excel file. This eliminates odd behavior on the Excess Loss screen.
- Fixed bug where WC state percentages interferred with the LDF calculation when a forecast is changed from Worker's Comp to another coverage.