Let’s say that you have a Signed Project with 75 chairs. The software is showing an actual conflict on 15 chairs (so, you only have 60 chairs available).
Your client decides they want to reduce the amount of chairs to 50 for their Project. You make the changes (putting the contract in the Unsigned Changes state), but the conflicts are still showing. Why?
When a Project is in an Unsigned Changes state, the system uses the most recently signed contract to calculate conflicts (75 chairs).
Once the client signs, the amount will go down to 50 chairs and the conflict will be removed.