Its good if there is kind of option to see current open windows to switch from one to another.back is not much helpfll to switch between windows
I would concur. Occasionally, I have gone into something and then can’t remember if I clicked the right one and its hard to see sometimes which option on the left I have selected. That would be useful to add - like a background colour change.
What windows are you referring to, @csct? Manager is designed to display a single page at a time. A few users of the cloud edition have discussed ways of opening multiple windows, but that isn’t how the program was designed to be used. And you can’t do that in the desktop version.
He is talking about when you click on say purchase orders or purchase invoice tab, the program does not shade over purchase order tab or purchase invoice tab to show that this is the active tab in use. It actually would be very useful as a different shade is a lot more visible than reading the titles of the page.
Actually it does, @dalacor. The tab you are in is always white, whereas the rest of the tabs are light gray. You might prefer a starker contrast, but the developer chose a subtler look, which seems consistent with the way things have been trending in the digital world. Mac OS X v10 and 11, Windows 10, iOS 8 and 9, and so forth, all seem to share a light, minimalist look.
I have just checked and you are correct. However it needs to have a stronger contrast as too many monitors, especially laptops don’t have a good contrast and some people can’t see contrast between white and grey when its that slight. So I would suggest making it more of a contrast as its not much use if people don’t see it. I didn’t notice it until you pointed it out, which proves my point. If I don’t notice the feature, I am not benefiting from it.
The activate tab also shows an open door (RH end), all the others are closed
Can they add that feature to desktop version also
It’s not a feature of the program. It can be done only because it’s possible to open two browser windows looking at the same web site. You can’t run two versions of an application on the same computer at the same time. So, no.