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Management > Preferences > General

The General tab, of the Management > Preferences panel, contains the following panel:

It contains the following information:

Field Description
Max refueling deviation (%)  Definition of the reference value (maximum allowed difference in %) between the liters refueled according to Management > Costs and the number of liters refueled according to Frotcom's automatic detection.
Maximum time tolerance for fuel notes Definition of the acceptable time deviation between the note fuel's time and the time when the refueling was detected. I.e. if you define 30 minutes as time tolerance, this means that Frotcom will consider valid any refueling operation detected from 30 minutes before or after the fuel note time.
Maximum volume tolerance for fuel notes (L) Definition of the acceptable fuel volume deviation between the volume registered in the fuel note and the one that was detected. I.e. if you defined 20 L as the volume tolerance, this means that Frotcom will consider as valid any refueling operation, which note's fuel volume differs (plus or minus) 20 L than the detected volume.

In order to edit any of each field of the General board, simply click on the blue link of the desired row, respectively:

Action Field
Edit Max refueling deviation

By clicking on the link:

the field enters the edit mode:

after, enter the desired value (in %) and press enter key.

Note that after you enter a different value than the previous one, the Revert button appears under the edit field. By clicking on it, it will automatically return to the last entered value.

After modifying the Max refueling deviation, the following confirmation message pops up:

Edit Maximum time tolerance for fuel notes

By clicking on the link:

the field enters in edit mode:

Edit the Maximum time tolerance for fuel notes by clicking on the drop down field of the hours and minutes fields. After, click Apply and the following confirmation message will pop up:

Edit Maximum volume tolerance for fuel notes (L)

By clicking on the link:

the field enters in edit mode:

Define the desired value (in L) and press enter key.

Note that after you enter a different value than the previous one, the Revert button appears under the edit field. By clicking on it, it will automatically return to the last entered value.

After you edit the Maximum volume tolerance for fuel notes, the following confirmation box pops up:

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