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In Scenario 2, Task 1 is still 100% compete, but task 2 hasn't been started yet (0%). I'm not sure to the software your question refers to. Besides, bear in mind that very specific questions about tools are discouraged in PMSE (and potentially considered too-localized), as they're likely to be useless 5 years from now.
If we fill in the 100% complete for Task 1, and leave everything else at 0%, Project does NOT move Task 2 to Thursday, and as a result there doesn't appear to be any slippage, so at a glance we might conclude the project is still on-time. Hi Tom, I'm not sure you're question is too localized; however, Tiago points out that it could one day no longer be useful if MS Project changes significantly.