Is it working as intended that Empower looses the peak codes (Q15 & Q16) of manually identified peak

edited June 2 in Informatics

Is it working as intended than Empower looses the peak codes (Q15 & Q16) of manually identified peaks if you manually identify more than one peak in a chromatogram without saving between the steps of identifying? It saves only the peak code of the last identified peak.

 We are using Build In 3471 Empower 3 FR2 SR2.

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    Q15 and Q16 mean adding a name to a peak and removing a name from a peak, I don't see the connection with manual integration? A lot of the peak codes generated in Empower are pretty meaningless when it comes to accepting the data, and most of them have to do with tangents and peak widths/resolutions etc for system suit data.

    They can sometimes be useful when trying to find out why you cant get amounts or a result for a custom field.

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  • I believe one of the recent Empower versions corrected a strange behaviour that may be linked to what you are seeing. a dependency on which kind of peak was the last one adjusted. 
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