How about a save & publish button (2 in 1) when working on a component. Will just make it easier when you want to do both and sometimes the save button doesn't register when you click to publish so you have to re-save then publish again.
I would like to be able to Anchor controls on a dialog and define if they Stretch to fit the client screen area. For example I have a tabbed UI that was built to fit on an iPad quite nicely. The problem comes when we view the dialog on a desktop screen that has a higher resolution. e.g. on my main screen I am running at 1920 x 1080 and the Tabbed UI looks like the screen shot. Now I think.... the Tabbed UI expands but ...more »
Most Dialog components are now being called from some type of Grid.
After a dialog is complete, it might be necessary to run certain actions on the parent grid after all actions are complete in the called Dialog component.
Please extend the action scripting genie for listview dialog boxes that are dynamically populated from tables. At present the genie forces you to specify a single field as the return value. We need the flexibility to specify an expression, also. This would permit us to use the genie and return multiple fields, Something that would be very handy.
When we add a Container (or Frame), the BEGINNING container includes the ID Name, but the ENDING does inot....
This is not an issue with just a few containers, and not many controls. But, when we have a lot of controls, it's hard to connect the dots.
And, it woudl be great to have expand/collapse in the Tree View of the Dialog Builders - so that if one section is 'done', we can collapse it from our view
For every site I build, uses want a Logout button. Each time I have to make a button, add some code, and turn off the 'Do I want to navigate away from this page' option. Just as there is a Login dialog, there should be a 'standard' Logout button or Genie to add this to a web site. ALSO.. eventhough I have cleared the session info, I can't stop the use from clicking the 'back' button and seeing the original screens ...more »