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|0011094||Openbravo ERP||B. User interface||public||2009-10-22 17:00||2009-10-22 17:00|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
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|Regression introduced in release|
|Regression introduced by commit|
|Triggers an Emergency Pack||No|
|Summary||0011094: Improve visibility of tab filters|
|Description||WAD tabs allow to define a filter clause. It is applied by default when the tab is accessed and can be cleaned up by clicking on the search icon an leaving all the fields empty. |
There are two problems with this kind of filter:
-User cannot know whether there's or not a filter applied to his view because there's no visual mark.
-Once the filter has been cleaned up, it is not possible to recover it in the current session.
|Steps To Reproduce|
|Proposed Solution||-When one of these filters is applied mark the search icon as "filter used", just like when a standard manual filter is used.|
-In case the tab has one of this filters defined, add a check in the search pop-up to recover this filter.
-Add a description field to be used when a filter is defined in the tab to describe what it is used for. This description could be used in 2 ways:
*As a tip when the mouse is over the search icon. If we implement in this way: should we also show the standard filters in this way?
*As the title for the check defined in the previous point.
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|2009-10-22 17:00||alostale||New Issue|
|2009-10-22 17:00||alostale||Assigned To||=> iciordia|
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