|Functionality||After||Before||Result of changes|
||In the Taxi interface, in the functions menu, you can search for commands by their presentations. The search is performed in all sections (not only in the commands of the current section).
Commands for specifying navigation and action panel settings are moved to the submenu to the right of the search field.
In the Taxi interface, pressing F10 opens the functions menu.
|The option to search for a command by a part of its presentation was not provided.
Commands for specifying navigation and action panel settings were displayed as links in the right part of the functions menu.
In the Taxi interface, pressing F10 opened the main menu.
|Improved usability of the function menu.|
||If all of the managed form command bar buttons have their OnlyInAllActions parameters set to False and some of these buttons do not fit the command bar width, the More button is added to the command bar, with a submenu that contains all of the command bar commands.||If all of the managed form command bar buttons had their OnlyInAllActions parameters set to False and some of these buttons did not fit the command bar width, there was no way to access the commands that did not fit.||If the command bar has small size, all of its commands are still available.|
||You can fully replace the splash screen that is displayed during the startup of the thin, thick, and web clients.
To replace a splash screen in your applied solution, submit a request to 1C Company
|This feature was not provided.||In particular cases, you can use a splash screen that is fully customized by the company that uses the applied solution, provided that the splash screen is approved by 1C Company.|
||Web browser pop-up windows are no longer displayed during the printing of spreadsheet documents.||When spreadsheet documents were being printed, web browser pop-up windows were displayed.||Simplified printing of spreadsheet documents for end users.
In the Taxi or Forms in tabs interface mode, if the applied solution does not use modal calls, it does not require additional web browser setup.
||In managed forms, if the Create command is available for a text box, it is present in the context menu of the text box.||The Create command was never present in text box context menus.||Improved usability of text boxes.|
New functionality and changes in the 1C:Enterprise mode