I finally got things set to dive into NAV2013. And I am really happy. As MVP I was part of (a kind of) TAP program and was provided with a number of CTP builds, but I have been fighting ever since to get things in place and got a bit fed up so did no do much with it, unfortunately. So here I am now, partly thanx to a couple of colleagues who did build a good virtual machine.
As I wanted to check a codeunit issue I mentioned in this post, at first glance I immediately noticed something. Did you see the screen shot above? I mean did you notice anything special about it apart from it being a virginal codeunit?
The minus (collapse) buttons! This is really cool. I must admit: never had any thoughts on this idea. Of course often a bit aggravated when having to browse through these humongous codeunits like codeunit 80 or 90. This is how codeunit 80 can look like providing more overview (if needed).
- To expand or collapse all you need to use the relevant menu option under the Edit menu.
Possible improvement: It would have been great to have it also available in the (right click) context menu like Go To Definition
- Using the Find (Ctrl+F) feature automatically all functions will be expanded.
Possible improvement: leave functions collapse and perform the FInd only at the level of collapsed function (names and parameters) and those expanded