We are pleased to announce TopLine Designer 188.8.131.52. This release introduces a few new features and fixes a few bugs. This release can be applied by downloading the full install package from our website at http://www.toplineresults.com/products/downloads/toplinedesigner3.htm or if you already have Designer installed you can use the automatic update feature by going to Start->Programs->TopLine Results->TopLine Designer Update.
A new version of TopLine Dash has been released. The only change is to add compatibility with TopLine Designer 3.1 and higher. Due to changes in TopLine Designer, TopLine Dash stopped working with custom tables. If you are experiencing an error when trying to view dashboard after installing Designer, you should install this update.
Here's what's new:
Added field level security.
Added the ability to link a record to more than one contact.
Modified the way that subentity form starts so it should be faster.
Have you ever wanted to have a report that always showed a relative date? Sure, there are pre-built dates that allow you to do this like Next Week, Start of Week, Start of Year, etc... But what if you don't see what you need in these options? TopLine Dash allows you to add or subtract any number of days from any of these relative dates.
For those of you who are eagerly awaiting TopLine Designer for ACT! for Web, I would like you to know that we are not far off from our first release. Here is an example of what things are looking like right now.
Keep checking back for more information!
Did you know that you can quickly rearrange columns in TopLine Dash? Just click on a column header and hold the left mouse button down. Drag the column to it's new position and let go!
You can also Delete, Rename, or make a dashboard Readonly by right clicking on the dashboard button at the bottom of the screen!
In the lower left corner of the dashboard, you'll see a button called New.
You can do all sorts of crazy things using TopLine Designer scripting. For example, you can create a new history record. Doing this is extremely easy.
Use the code below to create a history record when the user clicks on the OK button.
It's pretty easy to delete a table, however, we intentionally add some additional steps because we don't want you accidentally losing a lot of data.
In the Manager, delete all of the relationships and screens for the table that you want to delete.
Right click on the table that you want to delete on the tree view and select Delete Table.