|Functionality||After||Before||Result of changes|
||In the Taxi interface, when an item is deleted from the Favorites list, a modal confirmation dialog box is no longer displayed. After the deletion, a link for restoring the deleted item is displayed in the Favorites panel.||In the Taxi interface, when an item was deleted from the Favorites list, a modal confirmation dialog box was displayed.||The Favorites pane functionality is fully supported in web browsers that do not support modal dialog boxes.|
||In the Taxi interface, you can pin forms in the main window work area (so that a form is always available). You can also combine two forms in order to have them always displayed together when any of the two forms is opened.
In the system menu, context menu of the opened windows panel, and form title context menu, the corresponding commands are implemented.
|This feature was not provided.||Improved platform usability. For example, users have the option to compare two instances of a single report featuring different periods.|
||Web service authentication error messages no longer contain HTML text returned by the web server, at no cost to message information value.||Web service authentication error messages contained HTML text returned by the web server.||All information that was not user-friendly is removed from web service authentication error messages|
||Replacement of style elements with actual fonts and colors is improved in some scenarios.||In some scenarios, replacement of style elements with actual fonts and colors was performed incorrectly.||Eliminated unexpected system behavior.|
||The client application help includes the description of the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+H, which opens the history panel.||Description of this shortcut was not available in the client application help.||Client application help is up-tp-date.|
||In Google Chrome web browser, access to clipboard using context menu commands is implemented (in addition to the previously available keyboard shortcuts).
This options requires installing a browser extension. The web client propmts the user to install the extension first time they attempt to access the clipboard using context menu commands. If the extension is not installed, the clipboard can be only accessed using keyboard shortcuts.
|In Google Chrome web browser, the clipboard could only be accessed using keyboard shortcuts.
Clipboard access using context menu commands was not supported.
|Improved web client usability in Google Chrome.|
||New version of the browser extension for Mozilla Firefox is available. The extension only supports asynchronous operations. The synchronous methods are no longer supported.||Another version of browser extension for Mozilla Firefox was available. It supported synchronous operations.||Support of Mozilla Firefox versions 40 and later, which do not support synchronous operations (just like Google Chrome versions 45 and later), is implemented.|
New functionality and changes in the 1C:Enterprise mode