■A filter function was added to the Column settings dialog of tables. You can now easily find properties that you want to adjust.
The Column settings dialog used to show and hide properties, change the display order and so on, lists all the properties of the selected object. This sometimes made it difficult to find the properties you needed. You can now filter the list to easily find properties.
For example, after showing the Column settings dialog of the order table, enter “Qty” in the Filter text box to find only the properties that include “Qty” in their names.
In addition, double-clicking a property in the list selects the property in the table, making it easier to see where in the table the property that you found in the dialog box is located.
-> [GUI]-[Dialogs]-[Column Settings dialog] – HelpNo.:734700
■Properties can now be searched for in tables. You can quickly find the property column that you want to check the data of.
It is now possible to search for properties in Find dialog. You can quickly find the properties that you want to check the settings of.
You can search for properties that include the specified text. When a relevant column is found, it will be selected.
This is extremely convenient as you can directly search the selected property for values.
-> [GUI]-[Dialogs]-[Find dialog] – HelpNo.:737100
■When entering expressions, IntelliSense is now filtered. You can quickly find the property that you want to enter.
When an expression is being entered in the expression dialog, IntelliSense is now filtered by using the entered text.
When there were many properties, searching through the IntelliSense list was difficult, but with filtering, it is much easier.
Filtering is performed by partial matching, so even if you don’t know the exact name, there is a better chance of finding the property you need.
-> [GUI]-[Dialogs]-[Expression dialog] – HelpNo.:737000
■Operations assigned outside the chart display period can now be viewed quickly.
Depending on the master object or order settings, operations are sometimes assigned outside the display period.
You can now click the scroll buttons of the chart to extend the display period making it easier to view such operations.
-> [GUI]-[Table Time Chart Windows]-[Shared Operations]-[Table time chart basic operations] – HelpNo.:667000