Adding a Default Column for Events with No Resource Assigned
Version 9.49 of DayBack added a default column named "none" as the first column in the Resource view:
("none" appears as the first column on the left)
This is a great way to tag events that need to be assigned resources: you can visit the Resources tab and drag events out from none to resources were you have gaps in your schedule. You can see a demonstration of this in action in this short video.
Adding "none" to older versions
Once you've updated your copy of DayBack to 9.49 you'll still need to make a couple of changes to get this "none" column as it's really in your data instead of in DayBack's code. Follow these four steps:
Don't forget to run the Upon Opening script when you're done to see your changes take effect. =)
If you'd like to use another word for "none" simply substitute that in the four steps above.