New functionality and changes in the 1C:Enterprise mode




Functionality After Before Result of changes
Client application.
All of the common report forms use the following help topic priorities:
  • Report help
  • Form help
  • Report form help provided by the platform

This change is not implemented in 8.3.8 compatibility mode.

Common report froms used the following help topic priorities:
  • Form help
  • Report help
  • Report form help provided by the platform
Help topics are displayed in more logical order.
Interface.
Client application.
For thin client running on Windows operating system, touch screen support is implemented.

Support of scrolling with 2-finger gestures in all directions is implemented for all controls that have scroll bars.

The effect of 1-finger gestures depends on control type:

  • Horizontal gesture:
    • Scrolling in spreadsheet documents, tables, or forms
    • Selection in text documents, multiline text boxes, formatted documents, planner fields, and HTML document fields
    • Selection or dragging in graphical and geographical schemas
  • Vertical gesture:
    • Selection or dragging in geographical schemаs
    • Scrolling in other form controls that support vertical scrolling

The tap detection area is expanded for the following controls:

  • Check boxes in form tables
  • Buttons that expand or collapse tree branches in form tables
  • Buttons that move through hierarchical lists in form tables
  • Hyperlinks in command bars
  • Buttons with hidden borders
  • Cells in form field extensions for period fields

For graphical schemas, support of scaling using the scaling gesture is implemented.

For tapping form buttons and command bar buttons, a visual effect is implemented.

The touch screen support was limited. Improved 1C:Enterprise usability for touch monitors.
Spreadsheet documents.
In spreadsheet documents, if a search string can be converted to a number, 1C:Enterprise determines the number of digits in that number. Then it searches exactly for the specified number, without further simplifications or conversions. The search does not ignore strings with leading zeros.

This change is not implemented in 8.3.8 compatibility mode.

In spreadsheet documents, for searches by number, 1C:Enterprise did not determine the number of digits in that number. Strings with leading zeros were not converted to numbers. Better algorithm for searching spreadsheet documents for numeric values.

Comments
0
Add comment