It would enable much more powerful and useful applications if IBM could enhance the refresh capability so that a document could be refreshed, including changes to rich text, without saving and without the need for convoluted scripts such as the one Andre Guirard always has to point to: ...
Similar Idea = http://ideajam.net/IdeaJam/P/ij.nsf/0/1E1A08081F555B0A8625739A0063CDC0?OpenDocument
Allow design refresh or replace in the admin client. Either by allowing us to add to the administrator smart icons so that we can add the @Command([DesignRefresh]) or @Command([DesignReplace])
or allow us to right click and choose Design\Replace and Refresh.
We can see ...
Call uidoc.refresh form an action button in embedded view reliably crash the Lotus client - in every version I have tried. There is much usage for this.
When a design refresh initiated via the Designer client fails one of the few ways to see 'what' and 'where' things went wrong is the statusbar.
Not really a helpful way of reporting and a bad start to start your research in the cause.
Note: the attached file does ...
I cant find an equivalent in LS for the RefreshFrame @Command in the Designer help so I assume it is not there.