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Menu Improvements and Double-click Functionality

By on March 26, 2015 in Product Updates with 0 Comments

right-click-file-libraryThe other day we announced Better Search and Attachment Previews, and piggybacking on that update we’ve just unleashed another maintenance release which provides context (right-click) menus throughout the application.  We’ve added them in most list locations so the entire application has a consistent look & feel when it comes to navigation.  We’ve also included some additional right-click features.  A couple notable examples:

  • The ledgers now include a delete transaction option within right-click menu.   That’s right, you no longer need to edit the transaction first to delete it, you can delete it right from the ledger.  This is a huge time-saver if you have a lot of transactions to delete.
    PRO TIP: Right-click to delete, then press your space bar on the keyboard to acknowledge the warning and delete quickly.
  • We pushed the same preview code introduced earlier to the transactions ledgers into the file library, along with some additional right-click menu options on files.  Double-clicking on a file now opens it up in preview as well.

We’ve added double-click functionality in many locations.  If you have fast clicking fingers, use these double-click shortcuts to navigate around faster.

  • On the properties and tenants lists, double-click the line to enter the ledger.
  • Within ledgers, double-click to edit a transaction.
  • Within the file libraries, double-click to preview files.
  • Within the settings pages (categories, payees, etc..) double-click to view/edit the information.

Mac User Tip: Using a Mac with no right click button?  No problem; just use CTRL-click to bring up the right-click menu.  Learn more about how to right-click on a Mac.

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About the Author: Nathan is the founder of Rentec Direct and has been pushing buttons at Rentec since 2008 when the first of many servers drew the very first kilowatt of power from the grid. He has a passion for application security and spends an incredible amount of time ensuring your data is protected. When Nathan is not day-dreaming about 1's and 0's, you may also find him "tuning" the development schedule to get that next big feature in your hands sooner or enjoying a ski day at Mt Bachelor! .


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