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Re Beta 1.0.3 (DB version 2.2.3) Build Apr 26 2018 15:55:31 Other UI comments / across multiple registers: Deleting, for example, equipment entries – there is no check for dependencies so equipment which is associated with an image set can be deleted / referential integrity is not enforced. Would expect [Ctrl][F4] to activate [Close] as it does for almost every other Windows application Would expect [Esc] to activate [Cancel]/[Close] Some maintenance screens have an explicit [Close] button, others don’t To see / update details, some maintenance screens have button [Details], others have one called [Edit] Even without the use of accelerator keys, would suggest not ideal having three visually-similar buttons adjacent to each other [Details] [Duplicate] [Delete] Associating e.g. equipment with image set – currently works by highlight then click [ >> ] – it would be good if it also responded to the commonly used double-click to move. Where there is a sub-assembly, this allows filtering of the left-hand list. Would be good to be able to just associate the entries on the list. Filter block - most maintenance screens just have a [Clear] but some have an explicit [Filter] button? Filter block - several maintenance screens have [Export RDF] in the Filter block? File / About - more usually under Help / About? File / About - make the text on the screen so it can be copied and pasted into error reports etc. to ease reporting / accuracy
Re Beta 1.0.3 (DB version 2.2.3) Build Apr 26 2018 15:55:31 1) If the user, when updating an equipment entry, just edits the Notes, [Save] is not active - you need to activate [Save] by ‘touching’ another field 2) The ‘Category’ filter resets without clicking clear (as soon as you click [Save]) 3) When creating or editing an equipment record, the [Tab] key skips the serial number field