#dominoforever | Product Ideas Portal


Welcome to the #dominoforever Product Ideas Forum! The place where you can submit product ideas and enhancement request. We encourage you to participate by voting on, commenting on, and creating new ideas. All new ideas will be evaluated by HCL Product Management & Engineering teams, and the next steps will be communicated. While not all submitted ideas will be executed upon, community feedback will play a key role in influencing which ideas are and when they will be implemented.

For more information and upcoming events around #dominoforever, please visit our Destination Domino Page

Notes View - programmable single click events for each column rather than just the whole row.

Other than in view editing a Notes View in the Notes Client allows only double click of the whole row to fire events assocated with opening a document, ie. queryopen, postopen.

It would be a major improvement to allow not only the opening of documents but separate 'onclick' events for each individual column thus providing programming options based on the data in the column or document in the row, ie in line with any modern web data table, - e.g open a doc, open a URL, pop up a box, navigate elswhere, perform xyz etc. etc. depending on which column is clicked and the data in that 'cell'

Although not based on column events the new row based hover over icons in the Mail Inbox of Notes 11 is one example.

  • Avatar32.5fb70cce7410889e661286fd7f1897de Guest
  • Nov 16 2020
  • Needs review
  • Attach files
  • Avatar40.8f183f721a2c86cd98fddbbe6dc46ec9
    Guest commented
    24 Dec, 2020 02:35am

    For example. There is a frameset consisting of two vertical frames.

    It is necessary that, with a single click, the document opens in a frame on the right (for a read-mode with simplified functions for working with a document). And with a double-click, so that the document opens as usual - in a new tab (with advanced features - editing, etc.).

    This cannot be achieved because a view has two events: Queryopendocument (works on double-click) and Onselect (works on any click) and both events executed always - first Onselect then Queryopendocument. Thus, it is impossible to distinguish a single click from a double click, because Onselect is always executed first. There is another event that could distinguish them if the Regiondoubleclick event were executed first, but when it does, no one knows...

    That is, in order to solve this problem, at the Onselect event, you already need to understand exactly what was clicked, single or double click, but this is impossible.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    17 Nov, 2020 02:22pm

    Can you please be a bid more specific? For other people to better understsand this idea e.g. attach screenshots or describe what the benefit would be if this would be provided.