1C:Enterprise provides a variety of application navigation features: links, history, and favorites.
It also offers a built-in calculator, a calendar, file comparison options, and more.
This chapter covers these features.
The users can use global search in 1C:Enterprise. This mechanism allows searching by the data in the information base and also performing other actions necessary in the application.
To start data search enter the text in the global search field in the application main panel.
The search starts after pressing Enter button or after a small pause.
By default, the global search searches in various areas of information base, makes arithmetic calculations, and allows following the navigation links (both to the configuration objects and different resources on the Internet).
You can use full-text search operators (for more information, see chapter "Chapter 12. Search expressions form").
Depending on the information you enter, one of the following can happen:
- if you enter the text of a query, the application will search for it in the data, favorites, user history, application functions, conversations and messages of the collaboration system (if the application is connected to the collaboration system server), and also in the built-in help.
If an application uses hash tags (symbol sequences with # as their preface), you can search by hash tag. As such, all objects with this hash tags will be found and inter alia with hash tags with initial symbols similar to those available in a hash tag being searched.
- if you insert a navigation link or an external hyperlink the link opens.
- if you enter an expression for calculation (as in the formal calculator) the calculation will be performed. All functions of work with numerals set in the embedded language are supported.
The data, after the entering of which in the search field the actions which can't be performed by default will be performed, can be defined in the application solution. For example, the possibility to create certain objects by entering + in the search field can be defined in the application solution.
The global search field can be used for quick starting of the application standard functions. To do it enter the following text in the field:
- all functions All functions ‑dialog will be opened (Tools ‑All functions…) if it is enabled in the client settings of the application. For more details on the work with the dialog All functions, see section "Using All functions menu".
- favorites ‑the user's favorites panel will be opened. For detail on the favorites, see section Favorites
- edit scale ‑interface edit scale form will be opened (Tools ‑Edit scale) For more details, see section "Scaling forms and documents".
- history ‑the user work history panel will be opened. For more information about this feature, see section "User work history".
- calendar ‑calendar form will be opened (Tools ‑Calendar). For more information about this feature, see section "Calendar".
- calculator ‑calculator form will be opened (Tools ‑Calculator). For more information, see section "Using calculator".
- home page setting ‑home page setting form will be opened (Tools ‑Settings ‑Home page setting) For more details, see section "Home page".
- panel setting ‑panel setting form will be opened (Tools ‑Settings ‑Panel setting). For more details, see secion "Customizing panel view".
- section panel setting ‑for section panel setting form opening (Tools ‑Settings ‑Section panel setting). For more details, see section "Sections panel".
- about program ‑for About program form opening (Tools ‑About program).
- notifications ‑for Notification center opening. For more information about this feature, see section "Notifications".
- parameters ‑for client application parameters editing form opening (Tools ‑Settings ‑Parameters). For more information about this feature, see section "Customizing system options".
If you right-click some form items, you can find the Search everywhere command. This command is available for a form table, spreadsheet document form field extension, and for a formatted document form field extension. If you select this command, the text selected in the control will be placed to the global search field, and the global search will start. To alternatively start global search, press Alt + F.
You can obtain a text link to an interface section, report, data processor, or infobase object (a document, a list item, and so on).
NOTE. You cannot get a link to an application section.
You can save links for later use. Since links have plain text format, you can send them to other application users by email or otherwise.
To get a link, press Get link... button in the top right corner of the object form or use the menu command Tools - Get link.
The figure below illustrates the example of getting a link to Warehouse receipt 00000020:
The link to the current object (section) is displayed in Link field of the dialog box.
Press Copy to clipboard to place the link text into clipboard.
Press Add to favorites to add the link to Favorites (the button is displayed if the user has the SaveUserData right).
If the External button is clicked, the link is transformed for an external use (for example, when starting the web client, the external link can be passed to oped the specified element).
8.2.2. Following a link
To follow a link, insert the link in the global search field and press Enter button. You can also use the command Tools - Go to link, insert the earlier saved text in the opened dialog window and click Go to or press Enter. 1C:Enterprise uses the e1c schema ID to distinguish its links from links of other types (http or file).
If you provide an external 1C:Enterprise link created in a different infobase, the application attempts to follow the link using its inner part (the part that follows the e1c ID). If this attempt is not successful, the application follows the specified external link.
If a link contains spaces at the beginning or at the end, the spaces are ignored.
In 1C:Enterprise, favorites is a user-created list of links used for quick access to specific configuration sections, infobase object forms, reports, or data processors.
If a Favorites panel is not displayed, to open the list of favorites click the Favorites in the main panel.
The favorites panel contains links to the commands and data that have been added to the Favorites list. Links are displayed in the order of importance: the most important items are shown at the top of the list.
Clicking a favorites item opens an object form or executes a function. When you click the panel title or Favorites on the main panel the favorites form opens.
Adding links to Favorites To add a link to your list of favorites, use any of the following methods:
- select Add to favorites in the object form header;
- When you obtain a link click Add to favorites in the Go to dialog (for more details about links, see section "8.2. Using links".
When you add a link to favorites, the application displays a notification. If a link is not related to the current application (it is invalid, it points to a deleted or unavailable object, or it is an external link), a navigation link will be shown in the favorites list.
Pinning a link. To pin or unpin an item, click the pin button to the left of the item name. Pinned items are always displayed at the top of the list.
Changing a link name. To rename an item, select it and click the Edit (pencil) button or press F2.
To change the order of items, drag them up or down.
Deleting a link. To remove an item from the list, click the Remove (cross) button.
To undo removing a favorites item, click the Undo delete "<item name>" link.
Searching favorites. To search a list of favorites, use the search field, or click Ctrl + F, or start typing the search string (this moves the cursor to the search field). As a result, the favorites will display only items containing the search string (the search string will be highlighted). To clear the search and return to the full favorites list, clear the search field.
1C:Enterprise stores the history of your work. You can use the history for quick access to infobase objects that you recently created or updated (such as documents or list items).
Once you create or update an object, 1C:Enterprise displays a notification about this event and adds the event to the history. For more information about notifications, see section "8.7. Notifications" in this chapter.
The history panel contains hyperlinks to forms ordered by their opening time (except the home page). Clicking a list item opens the respective object form.
To go to the history form, click the history icon in the main panel or history panel title.
History items are grouped by date. If a form was opened multiple times on different dates, each date contains a link to that form. If a form was opened several times within a single day, only the latest form opening is displayed in that day's history.
If a history item is included in the list of favorites, a star is displayed beside it. Clicking the star adds or removes the item to or from the list of favorites. If the application is connected to 1C:Dialog or to the collaboration system server, messages from context conversations in the history are marked as a dialog box icon.
Searching history. To search the history, use the search field, or click Ctrl + F, or start typing the search string (this moves the cursor to the search field). This applies a filter to the list, displaying only the items that contain the search string. Item parts that match the search string are highlighted. The items are not grouped by date during the search; the last time/date the item was opened is displayed next to the item. To cancel the search and return to the full history, clear the search box.
NOTE. SEARCH BY DATE (TIME) COLUMN IS NOT MADE.
8.5. Data history
1C:Enterprise supports storing object change logs. This capability is set up during the configuration step and can be applied to a limited list of object types. Users can also enable it manually if allowed by the developer.
If the object change log is stored, the More menu of the object form and list form will contain Change log command.
When clicking the command, the list of object versions is displayed. To keep the list updated, data updates must be configured.
For each version, the following data is displayed in the list:
- # – version number and data change view icon:
- Add (+ icon) – the object was created
- Change (pencil icon) – the object was edited
- Deleting (red cross icon) – the object was deleted
- Date – version creation date.
- Change author – full name or logon name of the user that created the version.
- Change source – presentation of the data exchange node from which the version is received. The column is displayed if the application has data exchange with other applcations enabled. If the version was generated during the data exchange, the presentation contains the string of the following format: <Node>(<exchange plan>), where <Node> is the exchange plan node presentation and <exchange plan> is the exchange plan presentation. If the exchange is not performed, the presentation contains Application string instead.
- Comment. Version comment. To edit a comment to a version, click the version row, pressF2, and enter the comment. To perform this action, you need the related access rights.
When viewing the object versions list, the following commands are available:
- Refresh. Refreshes the data object versions list.
- Filter. Allows user to specify the version list filter settings.
- Clear filter disables the filter earlier set by the user.
- Open version. Generates and displays a report for the selected version.
- Compare with previous version. Displays a report with differences between the selected version and previous version.
- Compare with latest version. Displays a report with differences between the selected version and current version. If the current version is selected, displays a warning.
- Compare versions. Displays a report with differences between two selected versions. If two versions are not selected, displays a warning.
- Switch to version. Switches to the selected version. The command requires related access rights.
NOTE. If there is a posted document that was not posted in the target version, unpost the document before switching to that version.
8.5.1. Filtering version list
To customize the list of displayed versions, click Filter.
The dialog box includes the following parameters:
- Period. The range of dates that includes version creation date.
You can specify this period by performing one of the following actions:
- Fill the From and To fields manually or from the calendar
- Click [...] button and select a standard period (for details see 220.127.116.11. Selecting a standard period)
- Authors. The list of users that created versions. To configure this list, click the selection button.
- Comment. Text of the version comment.
- Type of change. The list contains available types of data change options.
- Source. This parameter is available if an exchange plan is configured in the application. Contains presentation of the node that is the source of the version. If the version was generated during data exchange, the presentation contains the string of the following format: <Node>(<exchange plan>), where <Node> is the exchange plan node presentation and <exchange plan> is the exchange plan presentation. Otherwise, it contains the Application string.
- Fields. Contains the list of data fields. Available options include:
- Value changed. Select versions where the field value was changed.
- Value after change. Select versions where the field after change contains the specified value.
- Value before change. Select versions where the field before change contains the specified value.
If user has insufficient rights to view the field, it is not displayed in the list.
When clicking Extended filter by fields, a filter list with values of the child form fields is opened.
The Field column contains a full name of a child field. Example:
Price. The Price field of the Order object
Goods.Price. The Price field of the Goods tabular section
It has the same customization settings as the Fields list.
8.5.2. Comparing versions
This report displays the differences between two selected data versions. The report contains the following sections: header, fields, and tabular sections.
The header contains the object presentation on the moment when the version was created. It also contains version number, creation date, and the name of the author for each selected version.
A list of modified fields is displayed below the header. The fields order is the same as the fields order in the object. If no object fields were modified, this section is not displayed.
If a field is deleted in the latest version, it is not displayed. If a field is added in the latest version and it contains a non-default value, this value is displayed.
The report displays presentations and changes for each tabular section of the object. If no tabular sections were modified, this section is not displayed. Each tabular section row is displayed as a section.
Fields, tabular sections and their attributes are displayed only if the user has the right to view their parent object.
18.104.22.168. Symbols used
Adding a row. A subtitle displays the Row added string, and the version-after-change column displays the version-after-change row number. For each tabular section attribute, a row containing attribute value and presentation in the version-after-change column is displayed.
Editing a row. A subtitle displays the Row edited string, the version-after-change column displays the version-after-change row number, and the version-before-change column displays the version-before-change row number. For each edited tabular section attribute, a row containing attribute values and presentations in the corresponding columns is displayed.
Deleting a row. A subtitle displays the Row deleted string, and the version-before-change column displays the version-before-change row number. For each tabular section attribute, a row containing attribute value and presentation in the version-before-change column is displayed.
Moving a row. A subtitle displays the Row moved string, the version-after-change column displays the version-after-change row number, and the version-before-change column displays the version-before-change row number.
This menu provides access to all forms available in the application. The list opened by the command Tools - All functions... in the main panel is used for it. This menu is available only when allowed by application design and only to users who have enough rights (for details, see section "9.3. Customizing system options").
This list does not include the objects that you do not have rights to view.
The Standard folder includes standard functions (list of active users, event log, and so on). For more information about the standard functions, see 1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide.
Objects are searched when you start typing the text. The cursor will be moved to the search box and the text being typed will be shown there.
To start search you can also press Ctrl + F.
Search is carried out by the beginning of the word:
- If a word contains both letters and digits, a sequence of letters or a sequence of digits is a separate word.
- If a word contains digits, leading zeros can be both significant and insignificant.
An object is considered to be found (if it contains subordinate objects as well) in one of the following cases:
- If it contains all searched words.
- If it contains at least one searched word and its parents contain the remaining words.
If you open the All functions form again during the same session, it keeps the selection and the state of all tree nodes (expanded or collapsed).
To cancel the search, click Clear in the search box or press Ctrl + Q.
Notifications inform users that an application performed an operation (for example, an object was saved or modified). In addition to standard notifications, applications can have custom ones.
- Text. Notification reason.
- Details. Notification details.
The conversations generate the following notifications:
- When a message is added to a noncontext conversation, notifications are sent to all conversation participants except the author of the message.
- When a message is added to a context conversation, a notification is sent to all users subscribed to this context conversation and, additionally, to any users specified by the author of the message.
- When a video call is missed, a notification is sent to the user who missed the call.
If you miss a video call, you will be notified:
Click the notification text to open the conversation where the video call was started.
8.7.1. Understanding notification badges
If you have notifications you will see the following:
- color of the Notifications button in the main panel is changed;
- In the thin client for Windows, in the Windows notification bar, the 1C:Enterprise icon is marked with a red circle.
- In a browser, the number of notifications is displayed in the browser icon and in the browser tab header.
When a conversation contains unread messages, the color of Conversations tab on the open items panel also changes. (For details on operations with conversations, see section "7.3. Conversations).
8.7.2. Notifications panel
Notifications that require user actions are available in the notifications panel (this includes notifications about new messages and missed video calls, as well as application-specific notifications).
To open the panel, on the main panel, click Notifications.
Notifications are displayed in the order they were received, the newest items at the top of the list.
The conversation notifications are marked with the following icon on the left:
A new message
A missed call
On the Notifications panel, you can do the following:
Switch to the conversation linked to the notification
Click on the notification text or notification
Delete a notification
Click the Delete button next to the notification, or click the notification link (this also initiates the action specified for the notification).
Clear all notifications
Click Clear notifications.
If notifications being deleted imply user actions, these actions are not performed
Display a list of noncontext conversations
Close the Notifications panel
Click the X button in the upper right corner of the Notifications panel.
8.8. Viewing messages
When a situation requires your attention, the messages panel is displayed in the lower part of the window.
Fig. 168. Messages panel
Message functionality in Taxi interface is similar to Version 8.2 interface. Up to 5 messages can be displayed simultaneously. To view the messages that do not fit the message panel, scroll through the list using the mouse or Up Arrow and Down Arrow keys.
8.9. Understanding progress indicators
Some operations, such as posting a large number of documents or performing resource-consuming calculations, can take a significant time. In this situation an application can display a message with a progress indicator, see Fig. 169. A progress bar.
The message fades after some time. When you move a pointer over a fading message, it reappears. You can interrupt some operations by pressing Ctrl + Break.
1C:Enterprise features a built-in calculator. You can open it in any application mode, except the situations where an application is waiting for response to a request. To open the calculator, on the main panel, point to Tools and click Calculator.
You can resize the calculator or drag it to any part of the screen. All calculator controls change their size in proportion to the calculator window size.
You can use the calculator to perform any arithmetic operations, calculate percentages and reciprocal values, store numbers and add or subtract stored values. You can edit any digits of the numbers that you enter.
The calculator supports both mouse and keyboard control.
The calculator stores the last 15 calculations. To view the result of a stored calculation, click the Select from list button located to the right of the input field and select a calculation.
The calculator has 10 memory registers for storing numbers. To access the first register, use the buttons MR, M+, M-, and MC.
To store a calculation result to the first register, click the MS button.
The M= field displays the number stored in the clipboard.
To paste a stored value from the first register to the calculator field, click the MR button. To add a number stored in the first register to the calculation result, click the M+ button. To subtract a number stored in the first register from the calculation result, click the M- button. To clear the first register, click the MC button.
To store a number from the calculator field to another register, click the Save number to specific memory cell button near the MS button.
This opens the list of registers.
To store a number to a register, click the button of this register.
To get a number from a register, click the button located next to the MR, M+, or M- button (depending on the calculation that you want to make), and then select the register. Use a similar procedure to clear the register (MC button).
The calculator has several modes. You can select a mode by clicking the Menu button (see Fig. 170. Using calculator) and selecting the required menu item. Formula calculator and Microcalculator items toggle the respective calculator modes.
To set the calculator precision, on the calculator menu, click Setup. In the dialog box that is opened, specify the number of decimal digits.
In the Microcalculator mode, the calculator has a very basic view.
Use the keyboard to perform calculations in this mode. Press C to clear the calculator field.
Formula calculator. In this mode, operations are entered sequentially. You can use parentheses to specify the operation order.
You can open the calculator to select an attribute value of Number type in an input field by clicking the selection button or pressing F4. The calculator allows entering more digits after the decimal point than defined for an attribute. When you click OK, the number that you specify is rounded off. To adjust the precision of the calculator, click the Menu button and then click Setup. In the dialog box that is opened, specify the number of decimal digits.
8.10.1. Using the clipboard for calculations
1C:Enterprise provides extended functionality for storing numbers in the clipboard. In addition to simply copying a number to the clipboard, you can add numbers to values stored in the clipboard or subtract numbers from these values.
To do it, use the M, M+, and M- buttons of the system command bar.
To copy a number to a clipboard, select it and then click M (or press Shift + Num*).
To add a number to a value stored in the clipboard, select it and then click M+ (or press Shift + Num+).
To subtract a number from a value stored in the clipboard, select it and then click M- (or press Shift + Num–).
These operations are available in all forms, and they can also be performed in tables. In a spreadsheet document, you can perform an operation on multiple cells. For example, you can select multiple cells and then copy or add their sum to the clipboard.
You can use the result stored in the clipboard in any forms; for example, you can paste it by pressing Shift + Insert or by clicking the corresponding menu items.
You can view a number stored in the clipboard in the formula calculator mode, in the M= field.
If you want to paste a number from a 1C:Enterprise application to the Windows calculator or to a Microsoft Office Excel cell, store it to the clipboard using M, M+, or M- command instead of the regular commands that copy a value to the clipboard.
When you paste a number to a formula calculator, it is pasted in the format defined by the regional infobase settings but without group separators and without replacing decimal separators with decimal points.
When you paste a number to any other target, it is pasted in the format defined by the regional infobase settings but without group separators.
1C:Enterprise features a built-in calendar. It can be opened in any mode of the program with the help of the main menu command Tools - Calendar. The calendar is also used to enter dates.
The calendar window displays the current month. The first row displays the month name and the year. The second row displays days of the week. The current date has green border.
To change year, click the year number.
TIP. When selecting a year from the list, you can press Page Up or Page Down to scroll to the previous or next year interval.
You can select the current date by clicking the Today, <date> hyperlink at the bottom of the calendar window.
TIP. To select the first day or the last day of the month, click Home or End.
To switch between months, use the arrow buttons in the top right corner. To switch to a specific month, click the month name and then select a month from the list.
You can also switch between the months by pressing Page Up or Page Down.
You can resize the calendar or drag it to any place on the screen. If you increase the calendar window size, more months are displayed in it.
8.12. Using the clipboard for calculations
In addition to standard clipboard features supported by all applications running Microsoft Windows, 1C:Enterprise supports an extra service intended to process values stored in the clipboard.
Generally, use M, M+ and M- buttons available in the window header for that purpose.
When you perform operations in an auxiliary window, these buttons can be displayed in the form header.
To enable this feature, in Service and Settings activate Show M, M+, M-.
Use of M button (you can alternatively press Shift + Num*) is similar to standard operation when you save a value in the clipboard. However, it can be saved as a numerical value only.
When you paste a number to a formula calculator, it is saved with regional infobase settings, but without group separators and without replacing decimal separators with decimal points. When you paste a number to any other target, it is pasted in the format defined by the regional infobase settings but without group separators. Thus, you can insert a value saved in the clipboard both in the formula calculator and 1C:Enterprise 8 immediate window and system or office applications (Windows calculator, Microsoft Office Excel etc).
Press M+ (or Shift + Num+) to add the current value to that saved in the clipboard. Press M- (or Shift + Num-) to deduct the current value from that saved in the clipboard. Although a value saved in the clipboard is stored as a string, all defined actions are performed, as if it is a numerical value.
These actions are available, first of all, in all forms for attribute values and further when you use a spreadsheet document. Moreover, in a spreadsheet document, you can perform an operation on multiple cells: For example, you can select multiple cells and then copy or add their sum to the clipboard.
The resulting values stored in the clipboard can be used in an ordinary way and in any mode, for instance, to insert the same when needed by pressing Shift+Ins or selecting respective menu items or toolbar buttons. The values stored in the clipboard can definitely be used in any other application.
The current value stored in the clipboard can be viewed in numerical terms in a formula calculator mode in M= field.
You can change the scale of the active form or document.
To display a dialog box intended to set scale, select Modify Scale in the form menu.
The scale can range from 50% to 400%, as indicated by the slider.
When opened, the dialog box shows the current scale of the active form.
To change the scale, move the slider with the mouse,
the arrow keys, or Page Up/Page Down.
Changing the scale of the active form does not affect the size of the main application window.
To apply the selected scale to all open forms and documents, click Set for all forms.
IMPORTANT! This feature is unavailable if compact forms are turned on.
8.14. Using temporary locks
Temporary locks protect your data when you are away from your computer.
Important! Temporary locks are only available in the thick client.
Many 1C:Enterprise applications do not require entering document author names because they acquire this information directly from the user accounts. In general, application users are responsible for all actions performed while they are logged on to the application. That is why preventing unauthorized access to 1C:Enterprise applications is important.
You can use temporary locks to prevent unauthorized access (this only makes sense if you use a password to access an application).
To set a temporary lock, in the system command area, select Tools - Settings - Temporary lock command. This minimizes the application window
and displays the dialog box where you can enter the password.
To continue working, you have to re-enter the password you used to log on to the application.
8.15. Comparing files
You can compare any two files. Use Tools - File - Compare files command in the menu. This opens the file selection dialog box.
In the Compare and To fields, specify the names of the files to be compared. You can enter the file names, select them from list, or click Select to select the files in the standard file opening dialog box. You can select any type of the source file in a drop-down list.
In the As field, specify the file comparison method. The comparison method determines the algorithm to be used to compare the selected files. Binary comparison is available. If you choose binary comparison, the comparison returns a message whether the files are identical or different.
If you specify files of different types in the Compare and To fields, the selected files are converted to the type specified in the As field for comparison purposes.
To include line break characters in the comparison, select the Match end-of-line characters check box.
Click OK to compare the files.
If you select Text document as a comparison type, the selected files are interpreted as text documents for comparison purposes, although the Compare and With fields can contain nontext files (they can have extensions that are not suitable for text files). If one or both of the specified files cannot be interpreted as text files, binary comparison is performed.
8.15.1. Comparing text files
To ignore the spaces in the comparison of text files, select the Ignore white spaces check box.
To make the comparison case-sensitive, select the Match case check box. If this check box is selected, uppercase and lowercase letters are considered to be different characters.
To include the line break characters in the comparison, select the Match end-of-line characters check box.
Before comparing, the application sequentially attempts to read the files in UTF-8, UTF-16, and ANSI encodings. If the files can be read and do not contain 0 when read in ANSI encoding, the application compares them as text documents. If the files cannot be read or 0 is read in ANSI encoding, the application compares them as binary data.
Once the files are compared, the application displays the list of differences. The compared texts are displayed side by side. Added, modified, or deleted strings are highlighted with different colors. The window contains a toolbar with the standard 1C:Enterprise text editor search and bookmark buttons, and two more buttons that are specific to this window.
These buttons are large arrows pointing up and down. The arrows navigate to the beginning of the previous or next difference.
To display line breaks as LF and CR characters, click the LF button.
Differences in the text of compared files are highlighted with color. To customize the colors used for highlighting added, modified, or deleted lines, click the Set comparison view parameters button. By default, the added text is green, the modified text is red, and the deleted text is blue.
The left part of the window displays the file specified in the Compare field and the right part displays the file specified in the To field. To swap the files, click the Change comparison order button. This changes the highlighting colors. If the left part originally contained deleted text, after swapping it is shown in the right part as added text.
8.15.2. Comparing spreadsheet documents
You can compare two spreadsheet documents. The comparison window displays the differences between the documents.
This window consists of the left and right parts. The source documents are displayed in both parts of the window. You can use the command bar buttons to navigate through the documents and customize the highlighting colors.
Use the Next difference and Previous difference buttons to navigate to the next or previous difference.
The differences are highlighted with colors. The color legend is shown at the bottom.
To customize the colors for highlighting the differences, click the Set comparison view parameters button.
To save an assortment of display settings as a schema, click Save as, enter the schema name, and click OK.
You can select a settings schema in the Schema field.
To restore the default comparison display settings, click Default.
Differences in cells, rows, and properties of rows and columns are highlighted with background color and text color.
Differences in merged cells are highlighted with a text-colored border.
Differences in groupings and named areas are highlighted with text color.
Differences in pictures are highlighted with a text-colored border, except for rectangles, lines, and ovals, which are displayed in text color.
Added, modified, and deleted rows are highlighted with different colors.
For selected cells, you can get a detailed report on invisible differences (text, font, format, merging, names, etc.). To do this, click the Details… button.
8.16. Error messages
If an error occurs, an application displays a dialog box with an error message. The exact number of buttons in the dialog box may vary, as well as their purposes.
In the event of unexpected application shutdown the system displays a dialog box stating that a dump is being written. Once the writing is completed, the dialog box is closed.
8.17. Features specific to Windows 7 and Linux Unity
Windows 7 (or later) and Linux Unity will automatically add recently started 1C:Enterprise applications to their jump lists. You can pin a frequently used link by clicking Pin to this list in the context menu of 1C:Enterprise taskbar shortcut.
If 1C:Enterprise is pinned to the taskbar, you can also start recent applications right from its context menu.
8.18. Using nonvisual access
Visually impaired people can use 1C:Enterprise applications by means of screen reader software. You can work with any application without using the mouse or looking at the screen. The screen reader will narrate the contents of user interface elements such as tabs or form fields.
8.19. Using a touchscreen
You can navigate 1C:Enterprise thin client on Windows using touchscreen gestures.
Tap an item.
Open context menu
Long tap an item.
Drag and drop
Input fields, graphical schemas, planner, formatted documents.
Touch and drag as needed.
Forms, tables, spreadsheet documents, text documents, input fields, graphical schemas, planner, formatted documents.
You can scroll objects by swiping the screen with one or two fingers.
In text documents, multiline input fields, and graphical schemas, you can use one or two fingers to scroll vertically.
In spreadsheet documents, you can use one or two fingers to scroll in any direction.
Note. Geographical schemas do not support two-finger scrolling.
Graphical schemas, spreadsheet documents.
Use a two-finger stretch to zoom in, or a two-finger pinch to zoom out.