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Bug reporting procedure

When reporting what looks like a bug, please follow the following guidelines:
Keep in mind that while Drupal is your community web site, and posts will not be modified / deleted without your consent
Mantis is no longer used as bug tracker
  • In the View Issues page, check the "Fixed On" column (and compare with your version date) to know if that issue is in your version of IQ.

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    • 7-night lodging
    • 2 full days of one-on-one training.

In your opinion, which bugs/features should be given the highest priority ?

This is mostly to get a feel of what seems to be the most important to users... for the fun of it, and for its potential usefulness.
So, here's what I propose.
1-  Review the mantis list and old feature/bug posts in this forum (a good exercise...) and think about what you miss the most in your everyday IQ usage,
2- Then list 10 (max!) features OR bugs already discussed*, ordered by priority, "1" being the highest priority. If required, a brief justification could follow each proposition. Then we can try to see which top 3-5 bugs/features are most "wanted".
*New stuff should be discussed separately, as it has always been.

Using down arrow : problem scrolling/going down from item to item in grids

[it's been like that for a long time -- before v100]
Using the down arrow to go from item to item after reaching the bottom of the grid (not the actual total list of displayed item, but really the bottom of what's *visible*) isn't smooth.
Once the focus reaches the bottom, it doesn't "scroll" smothly, one item at a time : it becomes somwwhat sluggish, jumpy/unsteady, and the focus is hard to follow.  
It  can suddenly jump 2 or 3 items above the bottom of the grid. This is especially true while word wrap is ON, but it also happens otherwise, if some other column has wordwrap on. 
Really difficult to work on a long list.

Improving Forms

One of my most common tasks is creating a new grid and assigning items to it.  I find the existing set up for doing this to be a little cumbersome:
1) Create new grid (InfoQube automatically creates a matching yes/no field and sets it as the source - very nice)
2) Right click on forms> manage forms
3) Scroll down list of fields to find the one you just created (cumbersome)
4) Select field
My question: is there a more straight-forward way to do this?
My suggestions for improvement (either or both):
#1 In new field dialogue, add an option for "assign to form"
#2 In context menu: add right-click grid tab>add to form

Clipper adds unwanted clipboard contents

The clipper has started adding the current clipboard contents whenever I create a website link.  I updated to 106b and it's still doing it.
I've never used the "add clipping info" feature before but I assume it's implementing that even though that option is turned off in the clipper.

New Item dialog small issues

1- "Enter" now directly adds the item to the DB (i.e. enter triggers the "add item" button) -- it could be a new standard, but we now need to press shift+enter to change line, which is different than how it used to be.
2- When win+n is pressed while in another app (let's say Chrome), IQ minimizes and the New Item dialog appears, but it doesn't have the focus.

0.9.106a: E-mail auto-import not working when check every x second is set to 0

Hi Pierre.
The e-mail auto-import is not working when “check every x seconds” is set to 0. The icon shows there are e-mails to be imported and asks to click the icon to import them, yet it does not import after clicking the icon again.
It does work properly with the previous version to which I have switched back to test it out. It does also work properly if “check every x second” is bigger then 0.

2. Synchronization with Google Services

Synchronization with Google Services

The end goal is to enable synchronization will many Google services, as many as possible in fact. Much like the setup on a mobile device, users would select from a list of services, which one(s) to sync. Basic ones, such as:
  1. Calendar
  2. Contacts
  3. Tasks
In addition, other services could be of interest to some users:
  • Keep
  • Translate
  • Blogger
  • Drive
  • GMail
The first service we chose to synchronize, is the Calendar.


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