For USPSA matches, after a competitors score is entered, typically the shooter touches approve to affirm the score. In some cases if the competitor is not available to hit the approve button (maybe went to the safety area before approving), or the RM is called - you can still save and exit in order to continue running shooters. Is there a way to tell the difference between the RO backing out and hitting save and exit, as opposed to if the RO hits approve for the competitor? Both ways seem to be indistinguishable when I tried it on a scoring device.
We had some contention recently that the competitor claimed that they did not approve the score and that they did not hit the approve button and did not want to accept the score. I have seen that you can edit the score and present it to the competitor to approve, which will then be listed as a score edit. Just trying to figure out the best way to handle this situation that sometimes comes up. Thanks.