Thanks Amanda. I jsut want to share this with the Community.
While I've been using LandFX since some of you were in high school I failed to notice that there is a check box at the top of the Detail Explorer that you can check, or not. Apparently someone in our office (could have been me) unchecked the box. The box states "Show Empty Categories". Therefore, all of the CSI categories that were un-populated yet, were not showing up. This is a great box for sure since many of the CSI categories are presently unused and may never be populated (HVAC of instance). They need not clutter my screen.
One more cool thing: At the bottom is a "Print" button. Once it's activated there are more check boxes including "List all categories, List all Details and Each detail within the selected category (Such as (32) Exterior Improvements or even just (84) irrigation which is a subcategory of (32) ."
I continually learn from this Community Pages. When you post something here, I read it and learn from you. So, thanks to you for your good questions and comments and thanks to Amanda.Berry for her guidance.
Where do you see Basket Strainers being located in the CSI details format? It's not a drip filter. It's a filter for the mainline often located on the backflow preventer. But if there's not Back-flow preventer, it's on its own.
BTW. Amanda, did you ever send the draft categories?
Jake and I discussed, and you're right. There is no spot right now for a basket strainer.
There probably needs to be just a general filtration section. What do you think about a section: 32-84-09-85 Filtration. Or might there be a better number/name for that folder?
For the draft categories, I thought we agreed the fastest method would be for you to use the "Print a List of All Detail Categories", since you're already using the draft categories? They haven't changed since you got them. I can still send an excel file if needed, just let me know.
Seaweed - did you not like 32-84-09-85 Filtration for a spot for the basket strainer?
Oh dear - looks like every online source stops at 32 84 00 for irrigation fertilizer injectors, too. How about 32 84 09 49 Fertigation? I talked to Jake and we both felt fertigation equipment made sense between backflow devices and pumps.