Attempting to edit a geom, tile or varbinary value in a table window by pressing Enter or F2 or double-clicking a cell does nothing. (Previously, the table window was opening an edit box with "<varbinary ...>" text, starting an edit that could not succeed.)
The context menu for a text value in a table window includes the Edit command which allows editing the value in a dialog. If the value is read-only, the command still allows seeing the value in the dialog.
Attempting to edit a text value that is longer than a pre-defined limit (1024 characters) or contains multiple lines in a table window automatically edits the value using a dialog instead of an inline edit control.
The Properties dialog shows properties for read-only components with gray background.
The Properties dialog highlights changed property names and / or values.
The Properties dialog provides a context menu for names and values with commands that allow copying, pasting, deleting names or values or editing them using a dialog. Attempting to edit a value that is long or contains multiple lines automatically edits it using a dialog.
The Record pane hides the list of values until it gets a record.
The Record pane allows editing values. Editing values enables the Update Record button at the bottom of the pane which saves changes to the record table.
The Record pane shows read-only values with gray background and disallows editing them.
The Record pane highlights changed values.
The Record pane provides a context menu for record values with commands that allow copying, pasting, deleting values and editing text values using a dialog. Attempting to edit a text value that is long or contains multiple lines automatically edits it using a dialog. Copying a value preserves its type, pasting a value converts its type to the type of the target field. It is possible to copy and paste typed values between the Record pane and table window.
Alt-clicking a drawing object shows object coordinates in the new Coordinates tab in the Record pane. The coordinate list shows X and Y coordinate values as well as icons for coordinate types.
The coordinate list in the Record pane highlights the current coordinate in the attached map window.
The coordinate list in the Record pane may include an insert location. Selecting a coordinate and pressing Insert moves the insert location after the current coordinate. Selecting an insert location and pressing Insert removes the insert location. If the insert location is present, clicks in the map window add coordinates to that location.
Starting a new object in a map window automatically switches to the Record pane, selects the Coordinates tab, adds the clicked coordinate and creates an insert location after it. (Further clicks in the map window will add more coordinates. The Values tab in the Record pane allows specifying field values for the new object. The old dialog with the list of coordinates for new objects is removed.)
Adding a coordinate to a geometry value in a map window using Shift-click attempts to end a branch. Ending a branch of a line or area is only possible if the branch is at the end of the value.
Right-click in a map window accepts changes to the current record. Accepting a new point object with right-click creates a separate record for each coordinate, copying entered values from the Values tab of the Record pane to each. Accepting a new point object with Shift-right-click creates a single record with a multipoint.
Pressing Ctrl-Backspace in either a map window or the Record pane cancels changes to the current record. Canceling changes to a new object clears the Record pane. Canceling changes to an existing record re-reads the record and refreshes the Record pane. Pressing Ctrl-Enter accepts changes to the current record.
Pressing Escape in a map window cancels changes to the current record and clears the Record pane. If there is no current record, pressing Escape resets the cursor mode to the default mode.
The Record pane shows coordinates for read-only geometry values with gray background.
The Record pane disallows changing the value of a geometry field that produces the coordinates in the Coordinates tab from the Values tab.
The Record pane disallows changing the values of the primary key fields for an existing record, but allows changing them for a new record.
Clicking a coordinate handle in a map window selects it in the coordinate list in the Record pane. The default click tolerance is increased from 4 pixels to 6 pixels to coincide with the size of the handle for the current coordinate.
Pressing Insert in a map window that edits coordinates moves the insert location after the current coordinate or deletes the insert location, similarly to pressing Insert in the coordinate list in the Record pane.
The coordinates in the Record pane can be selected (using Ctrl-A, Ctrl-I, Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-click). The map window displays selected coordinates using solid dark color. The Record pane allows deleting selected coordinates using a toolbar button.
Dragging a coordinate handle in a map window moves the coordinate. If the dragged coordinate is selected, all selected coordinates are moved together with it. Shift-dragging moves the entire object (without having to select all its coordinates first). To cancel the unwanted drag operation before it completes, press Escape.
The Record pane locks editing coordinates in the attached map window until the Coordinates tab is active. The map window displays coordinates that cannot be edited using a cursor using smaller handles.
Entering coordinates in a map window automatically snaps to other objects in the active layer. Space toggles snap on and off. If snap is turned on, the map window draws a rectangular snap reticule near the cursor. The snap radius is capped to avoid snapping to objects far away from the cursor.
Snapping to coordinates in big layers and / or layers coming from slow data sources captures snap data in background. The map window changes the color of the snap reticule to a lighter shade until all snap data is captured.
The Record pane allows editing coordinates directly in the list. Editing a value of the blank coordinate in the insert location inserts a new coordinate filling the missing values from the coordinate above the insert location.
The Record pane shows Z values for geometry values that have them, and allows editing them.
The Record pane highlights changed coordinates. (There is no separate highlighting for X, Y or Z values, the entire record is highlighted.)
(Fix) E00, FLT, GRD and several other dataports no longer sometimes fail to work with files with non-ANSI filenames.
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