Sort of, Simon. Because of its size, my HomeGauge template was causing their mobile version (Companion) to crash, so I’m going through the entire thing, moving some narratives back to the Global list, consolidating them or eliminating them where I can.
I’m also looking at what I’ve written for various things and making improvements where I can. “Improvements” includes shortening them where I can, either by using better wording or removing unnecessary wording (I had already take out a lot of "…at the time of the inspection, but missed a few). Sometimes I add a short version where there’s only one fairly long version (Aluminum Wiring) to give users a choice. I’m also adding links to reference pages on my website with the eventual goal of giving InspectApedia a run for its money and giving inspectors access to reference they can consult during the inspection.
Improvements will eventually find their way into templates for the other software. It’s not a huge change in the overall Library like it was in 2015 and 2018.
I’m working with one software company with the idea of including access to a page of thumbnail photos… say, asphalt shingle problems. When they see the one that matches what they’re looking at on the roof, they select it, it automatically puts the appropriate narrative into proper place in the report, the photo expands expands, and the included text tells the user what typically causes the problem and where to look for/recognize it in the future. Won’t be available soon, through.