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7. května byla uvolněna další Pre-Release verze, v pořadí druhá. Co přináší z pohledu klienta?
- From the Bookmark History view, it is now possible to present the History by either Date, Site or Title.
- The Bookmark bar and folders now support drag and drop of OS elements; bookmarks will be created when these elements are dropped onto the bookmark bar, or any of the bookmark folders.
- The Bookmark grid view provides functional equivalence to the Workspace, and has been extended to include folders which are part of the existing bookmark pane. It is now possible to view and navigate to any folder as part of the bookmark grid, and to move items between different folders from the grid view.
- The Multi-select capability within Bookmarks has been extended to allow the selection of items which are not necessarily adjacent to one another. This mechanism allows items which are not adjacent to be selected at the same time, and the appropriate operation applied to all selected items. In addition, users can now bookmark multiple databases from the "Database Open" dialog.
- Users can now select multiple bookmarks and/or bookmark folders for management operations such as Delete, Drag/Drop, or Open.
- A user can now search bookmarks using Edit\Find and Edit\Find Next, in addition to the accelerator key equivalents Ctrl+F and Ctrl+G.
- Bookmark grid control will now display right-to-left, for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew
- Users can associate a range of text in a document with a certain language, and Spell Checking for that text will use the appropriate language dictionary (if installed).
- Users can switch a language dictionary (if installed) during Spell Checking.
- Spell Checking will allow English language users to specify supplemental dictionaries (currently only Medical may be specified).
- The Action bar applet now supports pulldown menus, instead of displaying a second row of action items. Note that this is not supported on the Macintosh.
- The View applet now displays a horizontal scroll bar, as necessary.
- The Outline applet now also supports horizontal scrolling, allowing you to view entries in their entirety. Additionally, this applet now supports horizontal and vertical alignment attributes.
- Installable Domino Applets are available as an action button, for Internet Explorer and Netscape, through the TeamRoom templates (Windows platform only).
- Users now have the ability to use an IE control instead of Editor applet. Must have IE installed to use this.
- Within Internet Explorer, Notes is now the default alternative program for Mail and Contact list internet services.
- Descriptive text can now be added to a field's design. This text helps the user know what to select or fill in for that field. The descriptive text disappears when the cursor is placed within the field, and the text is not saved out with the document.
- Designers can now create their own style sheets which can be used to define the look and feel of documents. These documents can then be changed simply by changing the style sheet, without having to change the original documents. Users can also create their own style sheets, which will provide full support for visually impaired users.
- Sections now support four additional border styles: Windows-caption style, gradient colors, and two tab styles. Designers can also specify that the vertical alignment of a text control match that of the outside text, rather than the control's border.
- Designers can now add an embedded editor (a fully-functional editor) to a form.
- Designers will be able to specify on a form that a document be "sign-on-save".
- Designers can specify the line spacing for 'checkbox' or 'radio button' items.
- Designers can now specify that buttons, check boxes, combo boxes, list boxes, dialog lists, text & related fields, embedded outlines, date picker, and scheduler, be sized relative to font sizes on individual Client machines.
- Designers can specify their own buttons to be identified as the "OK", "Cancel" and "Help" buttons, and these buttons will take on appropriate behavior beyond their script.
- You can now lock documents for exclusive use in a multi-replica environment, even if you are working locally or offline.
- Properties and events can now be accessed and edited for ActiveX controls through the menu choice Applet -> Edit Events and Properties. The programmer's pane is presented, containing the current properties and events, along with their values.
- The @dialog function has a new parameter that allows the OK/Cancel buttons to appear either on the right or on the bottom of the dialog box.
- Users will now have the ability to select borders for text paragraphs. Options include: border style, border effects, and border thickness.
- Notes "guesses" at times and dates based on what a user types in a time or date field, and changes the time or date to the correct format. This feature is disabled by default, and may be enabled through User Preferences.
- A new option for tables allows a size-to-fit column (column width automatically sizes to fit the contents).
- Designers can now specify a style of table called "Captioned table", which allows viewing of only one section/table row at a time. A caption bar is displayed to identify each row.
- Users can now move the contents of a cell, or selected group of cells, up and down within a table using Ctrl+uparrow and Ctrl+downarrow keys.
- Within a form-based table, users are no longer prompted when pasting a table into a field. This essentially hides the fact that a table was used in the form as a layout tool, and reduces users' confusion.
- Users will now be able to use the keyboard to tab to table tab headers, and use the left & right arrow keys to navigate among table tabs.
- Tabbed tables now support placement of the tabs on any side of the table (top/bottom/left/right).
- When creating tabbed tables, users can now specify the offset of the first tab, in pixels or inches/cm, from the table edge. In addition, users can now create tabbed tables with equal-sized tabs.
- Context-sensitive help will become available for each tabbed page within a tabbed table dialog box.
- The Help button will appear on a templated dialog box, if the form's onHelp event has been specified.
- List items within a rich text field can now be moved up or down via keyboard and menu controls.
- The Time Picker and Time Zone controls are now accessible via screen readers for the visually impaired.
- Screen readers will now be able to obtain the value of a table tab when in focus.
- Text pop-ups and HTML field labels are now reported to Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) screen readers, for the visually impaired.
- If the HTML title field is left blank, Editor will use text preceding the field as the HTML title. This is useful for meeting accessibility requirements for screen readers.
- IME is automatically turned off when users are entering fields which do not require IME. For example, users do not use IME to enter dates in a numeric field. This feature is available on the Windows 32 Client only.
- Users are able to choose either a primary name or an alternate name when entering data by using the "Select Name Selection" dialog box. In addition, users will have an option to display alternate names in Mail database views/folders, and in various areas in the Rooms/Resources/Reservations database.
- For right-to-left language markets (i.e., Arabic, Hebrew), the Calendar View can now be read from right to left, where Monday will be shown at the top right corner and Friday will be shown at the bottom left corner. Additionally, users can now choose another, secondary calendar to appear in their calendar view. Finally, the Date Pickers now also work from right-to-left.
- Template designers are able to select the Hijri calendar for each field. When the option is set to "Hijri", the date information in that field is displayed by the Hijri calendar date; input strings are also recognized in Hijri.
- Users are now able to select Unicode text or UTF-8 text when exporting a plain text file.
- A newly-defined internet character set, which includes the Euro currency sign, is now supported by Notes/Domino internet messages.
- There is a new and improved collation and translation algorithm being used in Notes/Domino. This sorting function follows a standard defined by the Unicode consortium.
Mail, Calendaring, and Scheduling
- The 'Delete' functionality has been notably enhanced. After selecting and deleting a document, that document will be removed from the open view and now appear only in the Trash folder. The Trash folder now works as a soft delete mechanism. Documents in Trash can be undeleted until they have been hard deleted from the system and are no longer recoverable. Deleting a document from Trash hard deletes the document.
- In the Mail file, it is now possible to see the number of items that are Unread within all of the mail file folders.
- The Inbox is now automatically refreshed after mail polling; you no longer need to hit 'F9' to refresh. However, there is a preference to turn this feature off, if desired.
- The mail template now allows the user to customize colors for messages in the 'Inbox' and 'All Documents' view, based on the sender of the message. Users can change the background color, or the text color, or both, for a message. Users can also select their own color scheme for various entry types in their calendar.
- Users can use the mail rule 'Send copy to' to have Notes forward incoming messages automatically on new messages they receive that meet certain conditions. For example, a user could create a rule that checks for messages from a certain sender, or that contain a certain subject, and have Notes automatically 'Send copy to' a certain e-mail account, or cell phone or pager, before they can see them in their In-box.
- Users will be able to upgrade the design on all private and shared folders, from any previous version to the current Pre-release 2 version.
- Dialogs that display ambiguous names for type-ahead and Send Mail have been standardized and improved, including the addition of a 'Details' button, and an increase in size.
- Reader lists are now respected when trying to mail or route mail to restricted groups. Restricted groups are private groups protected by readers fields.
- Changes made to the address picker dialog make finding an address easier.
- Users can now use LDAP when searching for names to add to Access Control Lists.
- The Attachment Property options have been changed; "View/Launch/Detach" is now "View/Open/Save". There are also two new options "Edit" and "Remove". Selecting "Edit" allows you to make changes to the attachment and retain those changes back in the Notes document after closing the application you used to edit the attachment, and also after saving the Notes document. Selecting "Remove" will remove the attachment from the document.
- Users can attach files to documents by dragging files from their operating system into a rich text field in a document. Additionally, users can save attached files by dragging them out of a document and into a folder in their operating system.
- The Calendar Entry form has been redesigned, and includes a new Integrated Freetime control within the form. When creating a meeting or appointment, users have the option to override the check against their Calendar profile for free time.
- Notes now provides a way to tell the embedded scheduler control which timezone to use for displaying Busytime.
- The location of a meeting is now shown in the alarm dialog.
- The Rooms and Resources reservation forms and requests have been revised to provide more information and allow more feedback to the requestor. Additionally, a room or resource may now be administered by more than one person, by including a list of the owners. And, entries created from within the Rooms and Resources Database may now be edited to change the Room/Resource or date and time of the reservation.
- As part of enhancements made to the Calendar delegation functionality, a user can now specify an alternate user who should be notified when the first user receives a meeting invitation in their mail file.
- Users who use autoprocessing now have the option to decide whether to accept or decline those meeting invitations for which there is a time conflict. Repeating meetings for which there are no conflicts will be autoprocessed.
- Meeting, Appointment and Reminder calendar entries now include time zone fields, to specify start and end time zones. You can even specify a different time zone for the start and end times. This feature is especially useful for scheduling airline flights.
- In a Group Calendar, users can see the start and end times, description, Chair, and list of attendees for each appointment in a group member's schedule.
- Additional actions have been added to allow the Chair of a meeting to: Send Memo to all invitees (regardless of status); Send Memo to meeting participants (those who have responded to the invitation); or Send Memo to invitees who haven't responded.
- Using the Print command in Calendar, users can generate a document containing calendar entries which can be printed, edited, and sent to others. Users can also generate a document containing a calendar of entries from a group, which can be edited and sent to others.
- Various Calendar entry types have been color-coded to distinguish one type from another.
- In the QuickNotes section, users can create "Quick Reminders" that will be added to their calendar.
- Scroll bars in the Calendar view can be used to move to a different day.
- The 'To Do' view has been enhanced to support in-place editing of existing To Do entries.
- The 'Check Calendar' action for a meeting invitation has been enhanced to open the calendar in a dialog. This dialog shows the day the meeting has been proposed for.
- Notes now supports copying a calendar entry to the clipboard in iCalendar format, and pasting an iCalendar entry from the clipboard to Notes.
- iCalendar messages received in mail are now converted to Notes C&S messages.
- The Mail and Calendaring user interfaces have been updated, and their usability has been improved.
- The Mail template has been modified so that errors will not be generated when viewing C&S entries from Lotes Notes/Domino releases prior to Pre-release 2.
- The usability of the "Mail->Send" dialog has been improved.
- The In-box folder of IMAP client mail files can be renamed to an alias. This allows customers to internationalize their users' In-box folder.
- The "Reply without Attachments" choice will remove attachments, graphics, layout regions, or images. The overall 'Reply' functionality is still under development, and may be expected to change in future releases.
- Mail users can now choose to reply to messages "Internet-style", which formats the history in all replies with ">" markers on the left margin (users may select another character to use as the left margin marker). Internet-style replies are also stripped of pictures, attachments, and OLE objects. Choose the action 'Reply->Reply with Internet-Style History' to use this feature.
- User Preferences allows a user to select the character(s) and line length for Internet-style quoting. This character and line-length selection is applied to message histories when Internet-style replies are enabled, instead of applying collapsed sections. The character and line-length selection will also be applied whenever a user chooses Edit->Quote Selection for selected text in a document.
- The calendar and scheduling views are better-looking and easier to use. Changes include general interface improvements, displaying "To Do" and all-day events at the top of the calendar, and allowing users to change the length of meeting entries by dragging their edges.
- In the Work Week view, users can choose the number of days (up to 7), and which days to display.
- Calendar View meetings can now be lengthened or shortened by dragging and resizing the meeting in the time-slot view.
- Calendar control has a pop-up list for month and year selections.
- The Calendar view supports displaying an additional timezone.
- New @CheckCalendar command will bring up a dialog with a 1-day view of the specified date.
- Monthly calendars can now be printed starting at a specified week, rather than always having the month start at the first week. As many weeks of the following month as will fit on the page can also be printed. Additionally, users can print a monthly calendar so that the more entries a week has, the more space it gets on the page, and can print calendar views even with multiple time zones displayed. These changes are designed for better space efficiency when printing the calendar.
- Printing from the Notes Client supports printing of embedded scheduler and outline controls.
- The Programming Pane IDE in the Designer has been enhanced to allow designers to add a "free time" embedded element to a form or page, and to control what information it displays.
- A new @Command - [ComposeWithReference] - creates a response document containing a reference to the main document.
- Users can now open a vCard attachment and add the contents to Name and Address Book person records. This feature also allows users to drag a url for a vCard or iCal message to the filesystem.
- There is a new LotusScript class called NotesUIScheduler. This class works with a new embedded element called Appointment Scheduler to provide template developers with the needed tools to create easier to use appointment workflow.
- iNotes Web Access provides Notes users with browser-based access to Notes Mail and to Notes Calendar and Scheduling features. iNotes Web Access users can send and receive mail, view their calendars, invite people to meetings, create to do lists, keep a notebook, and work offline. However, users cannot access Notes databases other then their mail file.
After being set up for iNotes Web Access, a user can use both the standard Notes Client and a Web browser to access their mail files. Because both the Notes Client and iNotes Web Access operate on the same underlying user mail file, read and unread marks remain up-to-date, regardless of which Client the user uses to read the mail. Users can also synchronize information in their Personal Address Book with information in their contact list in iNotes Web Access.
- Subscriptions are now stored in bookmarks, so that a user's Headlines can roam.
- Notes users can now store their Notes password in the Macintosh OS keychain. The keychain is a recent feature of the Macintosh OS that allows a user to store all their security information -- including passwords and certificates -- in one place.
- For increased performance, alarms, subscriptions, and the Web navigator tasks now occur as background tasks.
- Polling for new mail now occurs as a background task.
- File detachment now occurs as a background task. Also, to keep the user better informed, the progress of both the detachment and/or attachment is displayed.
- To increase multi-tasking capability and enhance system performance, database archiving now occurs as a background task.
- Refresh/Replace Design now runs in the background, allowing other tasks to be done while the Refresh/Replace occurs.
- Background printing can now be enabled via the user preference "Process print requests as a background task".
- Replication occurs as a background task, allowing other tasks to be done while the replication runs.
- Agents activated from the Action Menu can run in a separate thread, thus allowing them to run as true background tasks.
- To improve performance, keyword fields now support the option "Allow keyword synonyms". If unchecked, this option will assume that no keyword synonyms are in use.
- Users can now access more than 250 installed fonts from the Notes Client, though there is a limit of 250 fonts within a given document.
Platform Abstraction Layer
- A Macintosh version of NotesMinder is now available. NotesMinder is an application that checks for, and notifies users of, new mail, even when Notes is not running.
- Verity filters have been updated to version 6.55.
- Drag/Drop support has been improved within the Notes Client and Designer.
- The right mouse options for the toolbars provide the capability to turn on/off individual or all toolbars, plus provide access to the configuration dialog. Each Toolbar may be positioned individually on any side of the Client UI.
- Designers can now specify their own form printing by specifying that the form be included in the print dialog, and defining a set of variables within the form. This allows for printing of labels and simple listings.
- Printing Contact information now supports different print listings (formats); address labels or contact lists.
- Print Preview now works for views.
- Field-driven tabbed tables now update the value of the field associated with the table whenever the user changes the current tab.
- The Table menu now allows the user to select an entire table.
- Embedded controls now support having a border.
- Embedded subprograms, such as views, editors, or outlines, will not launch until needed, if they were initially hidden in a hide-when formula, unseen tabbed table row, or collapsed section.
- Designers can now put multiple views and embedded editors on a form.
- Form backgrounds now support additional styles of repeating images: vertical, horizontal, size-to-fit, and centered.
- Documents which are wider than the current window will automatically have the horizontal scroll bar enabled.
- Sections now support four additional border styles: Windows Caption Look, Gradient, and two tab styles.
- Designers can create rich text fields which are more limited in content, such as only a bitmap or only attachments.
- The usability of the Replicator page has been improved, and the Replicator page interface has been updated to be more customizable and user-friendly.
- Users can drag databases from their bookmarks to the Replicator icon, or to the Replicator tab, and Notes will add those databases to the list of databases to be replicated.
- Dragging databases to the Replicator icon on the Bookmark bar automatically opens the Replicator page.
- Users can organize databases on the Replicator page into collapsible groups.
- Designers can now specify on a form-by-form basis whether to try and merge conflicts, or ignore them altogether.
- The Replicator page now displays more complete progress indication. The new progress bars within the status bar also provide status updates for replication.
- Users can now set the Replicator page either as a full page or as a "slide-out" bookmark page.
- The Replication Settings Dialog now provides additional truncation options, allowing the user to select the size at which truncation of documents and attachments will occur. A new, advanced form has also been provided for a number of databases, allowing the user to select replication criteria based upon information pertinent to the database.
Roaming User and Multiple User
- The Notes Client configuration now supports roaming users. When a user with roaming privileges configures a Notes Client for the first time, and connects to their Domino mail server, Notes configures the Client to create replicas of the user's personal address book, bookmarks and journal databases, from the roaming server to the local machine. These databases will then replicate with the server copies when the user starts up or shuts down their Notes Client. If the user configures an additional Client, Notes replicates these same databases between the roaming server and the multiple Clients, giving the user a similar experience on each machine.
- Notes now supports Multiple User machines. A Multiple User machine actually refers to a type of Notes installation or machine configuration. A Multiple User installation allows you to install Notes once, and support multiple private Notes data directories on the same machine, minimizing the Notes footprint by storing the data that is not private in a public folder on the machine.
- There is another place where users can configure encryption of local replicas. Up until now, this feature was available through the menu option File -> Database -> Properties and in User Preferences (Replica tab). This feature is now also available on a new tab in the User Security dialog, under Notes Data, called "Databases."
- Both the Client and Designer include redesigned Welcome pages. A new Welcome page wizard will guide users through the process of customizing their Welcome page.
- The default Welcome page has been redesigned to include some new features: Personal Journal, Tip of the Day, with an option to turn on/off the Tip of the Day, and New Item buttons. Additionally, administrators are able to modify the Tip of the Day list.
- There are now thirteen frameset styles. Users can choose from one to six frames in the new Welcome page wizard. If a user selects the single-frame home page, they can choose from a gallery of different layouts, each with pre-defined content, plus some sections that can be customized by the user, for example, users can select from a variety of themes and colors.
- The Welcome page now provides a "switcher" for each frame, when the user selects multiple frames for their layout. The switcher frame will be closed by default. The switcher consists of hotspots which will switch the contents of the frame directly to the left of it, on a temporary basis, until the user either exits Notes or clicks a different hotspot in the switcher. Users will have the ability to select any Notes database, file system, or web page via the switcher.
- Administrators can now lock the content of any frame in their customized Welcome page. When this is done, individual users will not be able to change the content of the 'locked' frame.
- The preview pane will be available at the bottom of the Welcome page. Documents in the Inbox, Subscriptions, To Do list, or in Notes databases, can be displayed via the preview pane.
- Template dialogs now have a look and feel that is similar to the platform dialog boxes.
- The new Launch Pad feature allows quick, easy access to web links, Notes database links, and users' non-Notes applications.
- Users now have the ability to select any Notes database to display in any frame.
- If a user selects Inbox, Calendar, or To Do as the content for a frame, they will have the additional option of displaying the corresponding action buttons in the frame as well. This will allow users to administer their Calendar or To Do items directly from the Welcome page.
- Previously, to configure and run the 'Out of Office' agent it had been necessary to have manager access to the mail database. Using the new security model, only Editor access is needed to run the 'Out of Office' agent.
- In the default Subscription form, the user is presented with a list of fields in the "Subscribed to" database. They can then specify the contents of that field.
- There is a new option to display any drive/path on a user's file system. When a user chooses "File system", they are presented with a dialog box where they can specify the drive/path that they want in that frame. If the user does not have "Notes with IE" selected as their browser in the current location, the file system window will display in a separate window.
- A new preference has been added that will prevent To Do entries from appearing on a calendar view. The preference is set via the Calendar view action: Tools->Preferences.
- The To Do view now allows you to view by Priority.
- TeamRooms will now open to an Announcements view. Anyone with access of "Editor" or higher can create an announcement.
- Team leaders can now sort the list of categories in the TeamRoom setup.
- Any user can create a group calendar for any subteam within a TeamRoom.
- Preview mode is now available on TeamRoom views in the Notes Client.
- There is a new hotspot on the Team Members tab of the TeamRoom Setup form by which a user can create a group calendar for either the entire team or a selected subteam.
- TeamRoom supports alternate names. All team member profiles now have a hidden field which holds the user's alternate name, and an additional field for the team member's alternate language.
- From the Inactive Documents view in the TeamRoom, a user can mark an inactive document as Active again.
- In the TeamRoom Setup form, there is a new button called 'Manage Subteam Lists'. From this dialog box, you can add or remove a team member's name from a subteam.
- TeamRoom team members can create individual (weekly) status reports, based on their subteam name. In addition, team members can view all individual status reports in the "Individual Status Reports" view.
- A user can now create a selective replica in the TeamRoom database through use of a single form.
- After creating the team member documents in a new teamroom, the team leader can click "Update ACL" and easily add each team member to the Access Control List, and can select the access level for each team member.
- Users can now easily create a selective replica in their Mail database, Discussion database, or Public Name & Address book.
- The "mail.box" database, Cluster database, Log database, Schema database, and Directory Assistance database are now all accessible from the web.
- For MS Outlook users, it is now possible to choose to work in an online mail database only. By selecting this option from the iNotes Access for MS Outlook download page, users can save space on their hard drive and shorten install time.
- The MS Office template (doclbm5.ntf) has added several new features. You can now "migrate" existing MS Office documents from a central location via a Migration Tool, or manually via the template menus (select and open MS Office document). Each MS Office document will get embedded as an OLE object in a Notes document. You can create MS Word documents based on a specific template as well.
- The View menu has changed to further promote usability. New options such as "Starts with" (launches a type-ahead search dialog) and "Customize this View" (allows you to show/hide columns, change item order, etc.) have been added.
- Mouseover "pop-up help" text has been added to everything in the Search Bar, including the extended ("More") area. Hold the mouse over a section of the user interface to see pop-up help.
- Views now support grid lines. This feature is used specifically by the To Do view to improve its usability, but is also available in any view.
- Views allow you to create new documents at view level; as an example, the $Todo view in the Mail6.ntf to allow users to create a new To Do at the view level. A new property in view design needs to be set to enable this feature.
- View lines can be color-coded programmatically, based on a formula.
- Horizontal scroll bars now automatically appear as necessary.
- Designers can now create views that allow users to create new documents directly in standard views.
- Designers can now specify margins (top, bottom, left & right) around Standard and Calendar views from the Style tab of the View Properties box.
- Time slots are shown in the Calendar if the designer has checked "Enable Time-slot" option in the designer infobox.
- Designers can determine font/color of time slots, month name(s), and day names, and day numbers from the style panel of the Calendar View infobox.
- Users can now click on a column entry within a View, either Database style or Calendar style, and enter into an edit mode that allows data to be changed in-place. Thus, the user can edit certain types of documents without having to double-click and open the document form. Edit mode is also available by pressing the 'F2' key.
- Date picker can now drive the Calendar view in a specific frame, rather than in all frames.
- When re-sizing an entry in the Calendar view, a pop-up will dynamically show the current time position.
- Columns can be hidden based on a formula, and resource links can be used to specify icons for columns which aren't in the fixed list provided by a view.
- Multiple icons may be specified/displayed within a view column. Icons have been updated to improve their usability.
- Currency and date/time formats can be specified for view columns.
- Users can re-order and resize the columns in a view. Any changes will be saved and restored the next time the user revisits that view.
- Improvements allow designers to have better control of the simple appearance properties for both an embedded view found in a document, and for a resource-linked view found in the frame of a frameset (i.e., Show/Hide Column Headers, Action bar, etc.) In addition, there is a new embedded view option to show the parent and child(ren) of the current document.
- Embedded views are printable.
- Designers are able to control whether the action bar and/or the selection margin for embedded views are shown
- Added ability for designers to specify that embedded view elements are rendered as underlined text, to make it more obvious to the user that it is a clickable item.
- Users are able to print documents containing embedded documents.
- A user can now reorder the window tabs by dragging them.
- Users can search on the results of a full-text database search.
- Users will be able to set a preference to show the 'Window' menu, which allows better usability for the visually impaired.
- Users can specify that the Notes Client window be obscured when the user's ID is locked.
- Upon exiting a database, the size of re-sized frames (framesets or multiple-paned layouts) can now be saved.
- Users can now specify a bitmap to be used on their logout window.
- Designers can now turn off the line which is drawn next to the selection margin.
- View->Design now provides an option for the designer to specify 'Bold' when displaying unread lines in a view.
- Designer includes support for the display of a background image for a view.
- Designers can now specify a background for the date picker control.
- Pre-release 2 includes context-sensitive action buttons. View action hide-when formulas will be evaluated every time the selection entry in a view changes. This will allow the designer to present only those actions which are appropriate for the highlighted document to the user.
- New @Command - ([RefreshFrame]; [targetframe]) - allows application designers to refresh a particular frame in the Notes Client.
S uvolněním druhé pre-release verze se opět oživují naše naděje na brzký příchod plné funkční prodejní verze. A kdy ji očekáváte vy? --> zůčastněte se naší diskuse.
Autor: Emil Čelustka
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