New functionality and changes in 1C:Enterprise mode
|Functionality||After||Before||Result of changes|
|Printing documents.||Changed behavior of print status forms in managed applications in thin and thick clients:|
The form cannot be resized.
|The print status form had different behavior.||Improved usability of printing documents.|
|Linux.||The Primary Selection clipboard is now supported (data is copied to this clipboard when a text fragment is selected, without the need to press any keys). Copying to the Primary Selection clipboard is supported for the following form elements:|
Insertion from the Primary Selection clipboard (available by pressing the middle mouse button) is supported in text boxes.
|This feature was not provided.||Improved usability of client application for users with Linux experience.|
|Managed form. Functional options.||If a text box is linked to an attribute of complex type where all types except one are disabled by access rights or functional options, when user attempts to select a value in the text box, the choice value form is opened.|
This change is not implemented in 8.3.2 compatibility mode.
|If a text box was linked to an attribute of complex type, when a user attempted to select a value in the text box, the type selection dialog box, was displayed even if the list of types contained a single value.|
Users do not have to select from a single value in the type selection dialog box.
|Automated testing.||On closing an application, if the log of user actions is being recorded at the moment, a request for saving the log is sent.||On closing the application, unsaved data from the log of user actions was lost.||Reduced chance of losing unsaved data from the log of user actions when the application window that initiated recording to the log of user actions is closed.|
|Web client.||During the startup of the web client, the check for a pop-up window blocker is only performed if the separate window interface is used and modal windows are enabled.
The check for a pop-up window blocker is performed after the user authentication. |
|The check for a pop-up window blocker was always performed during the web client startup.||Users are not prompted to specify the pop-up blocker settings when it is not required.|
|Interface.||On interface mode change, the user is prompted to restart the client application.||Changing interface mode did not prompt to restart the client application.||The procedure of changing the interface mode became more user-friendly: the system now informs the user what they have to do to have the changes take effect.|
|Standard functions.||The following changes are implemented in the standard functions:||Standard function dialog boxes were less user-friendly.|
Improved usability of standard functions.
|Web client.||The documentation includes recommendations for choosing a web browser for low-performance computers.||The documentation did not include recommendations for choosing a web browser.||Recommendations for choosing a web browser are available.|
|Web client.||In Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, notification windows do not fade out of view when they are closed automatically.||In Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, notification windows faded out of view when they were closed automatically.||Improved performance of notification windows in Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.|