Use Ctrl+D to delete input parameter(s) on Advanced SQL queries

By Hanno on 12 Sep 2017

Would be convenient if the Ctrl+D delete functionality could be applied to Advanced SQL input parameters.

Stefaans Bothma12 Sep 2017

Standardizing this and other functionalities would be a great help.

Renato Torres25 Nov 2017

With some elements (like the Assign) is possible to remove assignment lines in the Properties Area using the CTRL+D shortcut.

In other similar cases, for example, with unused parameters, where is possible to delete an assignment line, no shortcut is available.

The same shortcuts should be available for similar situations.

Examples below.

Shortcut available:

Shortcut not available:



Merged from 'Consistent CTRL+D usage' (idea created on 2017-11-25 21:10:14 by renato0307), on 2017-12-11 10:01:53 by Vasco Pessanha
Johan den Ouden26 Nov 2017

All these unused all elements are summed up in the warning.
On that warning line you can press delete and delete all the unused elements very quickly.



Merged from 'Consistent CTRL+D usage' (idea created on 2017-11-25 21:10:14 by renato0307), on 2017-12-11 10:01:53 by Vasco Pessanha
Hanno26 Nov 2017

Hi Johan den Ouden

You are correct, but the user's habit is perhaps not to switch to the TrueChange tab to go and delete these. The user's habit could change, but I, myself, have found it a bit of hassle and would also prefer the CTRL+D shortcut to be consistently available.

Moderators: Perhaps merge this idea: https://www.outsystems.com/ideas/Idea_View.aspx?IdeaId=3194 into this one





Merged from 'Consistent CTRL+D usage' (idea created on 2017-11-25 21:10:14 by renato0307), on 2017-12-11 10:01:53 by Vasco Pessanha
Vasco Pessanha11 Dec 2017

Hi,

This makes sense we are thinking about reviewing this shortcut keys consistency in the near future.

I'll keep you updated ;)

Cheers



Merged from 'Consistent CTRL+D usage' (idea created on 2017-11-25 21:10:14 by renato0307), on 2017-12-11 10:01:53 by Vasco Pessanha
Johan den Ouden11 Dec 2017

Thanks!

Vasco Pessanha19 Dec 2017

Not sure if they are the same, but definitely related!

We will keep an eye on them ;)

Johan den Ouden20 Dec 2017

It is not exactly the same but I would like to have both :)