New functionality and changes in the 1C:Enterprise mode




Functionality After Before Result of changes
Interface.
In the Taxi interface, the appearance of scroll bars is changed. In the Taxi interface, scroll bars had a different appearance. Better visibility of scroll bars in managed forms.
Interface.
In the search dialog box that can be opened from a managed form table linked to a FormDataCollection attribute, the order of fields is changed: the Search in field comes before the Find field. In the search dialog box that could be opened from a managed form table linked to a FormDataCollection attribute, the Find field came before the Search in field. Unified look and feel of search dialog boxes in managed form fields linked to various data types.
Managed forms.
In the Taxi interface, the following keyboard shortcuts are implemented for the managed form navigation panel:
  • Go to panel: Alt + 4.
  • Go to next/previous panel item: Tab/Shift + Tab or Left Arrow/Right Arrow. Upon reaching the first/last item, the focus does not move to the last/first item.
  • Go to the first panel item: Home.
  • Go to the last panel item: End.
  • Exit panel navigation mode: Esc.
In the Taxi interface, keyboard shortcuts for moving through navigation panel items were not available.

Improved usability of 1C:Enterprise client applications that use the Taxi interface.
Interface.
In the Taxi interface, in dynamic lists, the vertical scrollbar is replaced with a set of buttons (go to beginning, go to end, page up, and page down) located at the right bottom part of the table linked to a dynamic list. Tables linked to dynamic lists had vertical scroll bars that did not provide comfortable navigation. Improved navigation in dynamic lists.
Interface.
Dynamic lists.
The following commands are added to the context menu of a table linked to a dynamic list whose main table is a document list or a document journal: Post and Clear posting. For a table linked to a dynamic list whose main table was a document list or a document journal, the Post and Clear posting commands were only available on the More menu.

Simplified posting and clearing posting in dynamic lists.
Interface.
Dynamic lists.
The context menu of a managed form table that is linked to the main attribute of a managed list form having the Generate command now includes a Generate submenu. The generation commands were only available in the command bar of a managed form table linked to the main attribute of a managed list form. Simplified document generation based on dynamic lists.

Interface.
In the thick and thin clients, in the managed mode, the option to add a search string to the system command area is removed from all interface modes. The option to add a search string to a system command area was available. Removed a feature that was no longer in use.
Interface.
The system command area displays the current user name. It is a hyperlink that opens a dialog box with the user info. The dialog box includes the option to log out of the client application. If the user is authenticated using OpenID, this also cancels OpenID authentication (so that a single command both exits the application and cancels OpenID authentication). If the infobase does not have users, the user name is not displayed.

The option to specify the URL that is opened after the exit from the web client in the .vrd file is implemented (you can also specify the URL in the publishing settings dialog box in Designer, and then the platform writes it to the .vrd file). The <exitURL> element of the <point> element of default.vrd file is implemented.

This change is not implemented in 8.3.7 compatibility mode.

The exit command and the cancel OpenID authentication command were available on the File menu. Client application behavior is closer to the standard behavior of web applications.
Web client.
Managed forms.
In the web client, streamlined the undo operation in text document fields and input fields.

In Safari web browser for Apple iPad, the undo operation is applied to an entire word (and not to each of its characters), just like it is implemented in other web browsers.

In the web client, the undo and redo operations were not optimal. Improved usability of text operations in the web client.
Client application.
On Windows 7 and later and on Linux with Unity desktop shell, support of jump lists is implemented. The last used infobases are automatically added to a jump list, so that a user can open these infobases without opening the 1C:Enterprise start dialog box.

On Windows 7 and later, the option to define buttons that are displayed in the application preview taskbar window (using 1C:Enterprise script) is implemented. This is similar to Windows Media Player buttons in its preview window.

On Windows 7 and later and on Linux with Unity desktop shell, the option to define a picture or a number to be displayed at the bottom right corner of the application taskbar icon (using 1C:Enterprise script) is implemented.

On Windows XP and later and on Linux with Unity desktop shell, the option to enable blinking of a taskbar application icon (using 1C:Enterprise script) is implemented.

The OSTaskbarManager object is implemented.

This feature was not provided. Inproved usability of 1C:Enterprise applications on some operating systems.
Client application.
Interface.
1C:Enterprise user interface now has screen reader support, which provides accessibility for blind and visually impaired people. This option is available on Windows XP or later. It uses the NVDA Read more. screen reader software.

Screen reader support is only available for managed forms, in the thick and thin clients that use the Taxi interface.

This feature was not provided. Improved 1C:Enterprise usability for blind and visually impaired people due to screen reader support.
Dynamic lists.
In dynamic lists, the option to add subordinate fields to fields of composite type in the form customization dialog box (the Change form command on the More menu) is implemented.

Adding subordinate fields is available for fields whose type includes at least one reference type.

In dynamic lists, the option to add subordinate fields to fields of composite type in the form customization dialog box (the Change form command on the More menu) was not available. Improved data display capabilities in dynamic lists.
Web client.
File operations.
In the web client, a CreateDirectory() or BeginCreatingDirectory() method call includes the question to the user: Do you want to create the DirectoryName directory?

In the RequestUserPermission() and BeginRequestingUserPermission() method calls, this confirmation is included in the final question to the user (provided that the confirmation is needed).

In the web client, directories were created without user confirmation. The platform behavior conforms to the general security recommendations for file operations in the web client.

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