Panorama X now includes a Text Export wizard, accessible from the File menu. This wizard allows export formats to be configured with a graphical UI, or by editing a textual specification. Text can be exported to tab or comma separated text, JSON, or HTML (as a table). A live preview immediately shows the effect of configuration changes. Named export templates can be saved and re-used, and the wizard imports any existing templates from Panorama 6.
Panorama X now includes a Text Import wizard, accessible from the File menu. This wizard allows import fields to be customized with a graphical UI, or by editing a textual specification. Text can be imported from files, dropped text, or the clipboard. Named import templates can be saved and re-used, and the wizard imports any existing templates from Panorama 6.
New button in the Preferences window for downloading the Panorama 6 installer and launching it. This enables Panorama 6 to be installed on macOS 10.12 Sierra. (The Panorama 6 installer won’t work on macOS Sierra if it is downloaded with a web browser.)
Added rich text options for custom menus, push buttons and data buttons. For the buttons, this option is enabled with a checkbox in the properties panel. For menus, this is enabled by setting the font to #Rich or #RichText (note, capitalization doesn’t matter). In addition to mixing fonts and styles, this also allows you to use Font Awesome icons in menus and buttons.
In Graphics Mode, the “handles” for selected objects have been changed to make them easier to see. If an object doesn’t fill it’s rectangle, a light blue outline also appears when it is selected (ovals, polygons, stars, text and image objects w/o borders, transparent push buttons and popup buttons). In general, the way Panorama X highlights selected objects now matches Apple software like Keynote and Pages.
Restored operation of automatic indenting in procedure editor (was broken in the 0.1.026 release).
Multiple groups of radio buttons on a single form now work properly.
You can now use multiple windows to open separate help topics.
Clicking on a Text Editor object now sets the active field (assuming the object is linked to a field, not a variable). In other words, you can click on a Text Editor object, then sort or perform other field specific operations based on which field you clicked on.
The Find & Open dialog options for Open Data Sheet Only and Open with No Windows now work (right click to see these options).
Added the tasktimeout option to the urltask( function, which allows an overall timeout to be set. The default is 10 minutes. Note – previously, the overall timeout was set to the regular timeout value, which was problematic if downloading large items.
Added missing Click/Release option to Matrix object properties panel.
Now makes sure that automatic dash substitution is disabled when a procedure window opens.
Text Editor objects no longer trigger a procedure if a procedure is already running (in other words, the editor is closed by the CloseActiveObject statement). This prevents a crash.
Brand new features implemented in this release (features that were not included in Panorama 6):
Features implemented in this release that work differently than they did in Panorama 6.
Features implemented in this release that work exactly the same as they did in Panorama 6.
ALL features that were added or changed in this release: