The letter O is reserved for the first TPO/print of each bracket (letter
The letter O will be printed if...
- It is the first TPO/print of the first bracket of the profile.
- It is the first TPO/print of any bracket of the profile if...
- the brackets/letters are split into separate columns
- the brackets are not split but the "letter color" is such that
brackets can be distinguished by color. Such "letter colors"
include "Market Day", "Rainbow", and "Custom".
The logic behind this behavior stems from the fact that the opening
letter O is only useful if the user is able to visually distinguish
which bracket that O belongs to. When all the letters are the same
color, and the profile is not split into separate columns, users are
unable to identify which bracket each O belongs to, thus actual letter
that corresponds to that bracket is printed instead. When brackets
are split, or when brackets are painted with different colors, it's
clear which bracket each TPO belongs to by the color or position, so an
O can be printed for the opening print without any loss of information.
If a user would like to see the O's but is not using a letter color
which provides for them, just shift-click on any profile to quickly
split the letters into separate columns. The O's when then become
visible and apparent. Shift-click the profile again to unsplit