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Make the comment fields on the TCR adjustment window configurable so only the number of comment lines required for a particular adjustment are available / visible to the user.
- Having only the comment lines required for the adjustment visible would make filling out the adjustment window straight forward and more efficient for the user since they will only see the required comment fields rather than having to rely on procedure to determine how many comments are required for which adjustment. This also prevents issues downstream when unnecessary comments are accidently input by the user and picked up by downstream processes that are not equipped to handle the extra data. The number of comment boxes should be a configurable item for each adjustment code and should also allow zero comment boxes as an option.
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