All dancers must be listed in the Dancer Table.
First Name and Last Name
Dancer's first name and last name.
Dancer's role: Boy, Girl, or Any (bi-dansual).
Dancer's category: Normal, Student, or Angel.
In most cases, the category field should be set to 'Normal'.
'Student' indicates the dancer is in the class.
'Angel' indicates the dancer is helping out.
Rotation Preferences allow
- students to dance every tip;
- even distributution of students amongst squares;
- angels to dance only if needed;
- even distribute of angels amongst squares.
Flags assigned to the dancer to assist locating the dancer in the database.
Flags can be assigned to a dancer to indicate their dance level,
the groups with which they dance, and other attributes.
Flags are created and edited via the Flag Table.
A short comment field. (A large comment field, 'Notes', is available within the 'Notes' tab.)
The Tag field is most commonly used for the dancer's upper level.
Dancer's preferred role: Boy, Girl, or Any (bi-dansual).
The program attempts to use the dancer's preferred role when the dancer dances as a single.
Partner, if any, associated with this dancer.
To be assigned a partner, both dancers must be in the Dancer Table
and the partner not assigned to another dancer.
Name to display when dancing as a Couple.
Name to display when dancing as a Single.
Name to display to save screen space.
The default short name is the first three letters of Last Name followed by a comma
and the first letter of the First Name.
When checked, dancer is willing to dance as necessary with a single dancer.
When checked, dancer has shown proof of Covid-19 vacciation.
How to treat the dancer for special considerations.
Always in Square N - indicates the dancer will always be placed in square N.
Only one dancer in the rotation may have this attribute. It is intended for a
dancer such as the rotation computer operator who always needs to be by the computer,
or perhaps for a dancer hard of hearing who always needs to be in the square closest
The value of N is set via
Preferences - this Rotation.
In N, Out M - means the dancer will be in (Ready to dance)
for N tips in a row, then out (Absent) for M tips in a row. The program is smart
enough to know that after a long break (e.g. a dinner break) to reset the dancer's'
"In" counter to zero.
The unique ID within the dancer table of this dancer.
This ID is local to the computer. See also Global ID.
Date and time this dancer's data was last modified.
The ID from the Global Database,
uniquely identifying this dancer to all copies of SQROT.
Any notes about the dancer.
County, State, City, Postal Code, Address, Phone1, Phone2, Email1, Email2