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Make header on page non-scrollable
The header which contains the "My Teamdesk", "User", "Support", "Setup" info.
It would be nice is that didn't scroll, ie stayed fixed at the top of the viewable window.

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Kevin Cook
Date Created
1/11/2015 12:32:44 PM
Date Updated
5/5/2016 11:26:02 PM
New Idea
Promoted By
Jeff ZortmanPhilipp Matuschka (MMB)José Alencar
basenineKevin Cook
basenine 1/11/2015 3:08:18 PM
basenine 1/11/2015 3:08:19 PM
basenine 1/12/2015 8:44:20 PM
The company logo could easily be moved to the "Views" area in the sidebar...or at least have a choice where to put the company logo.
A fixed header would really speed up development
Philipp Matuschka (MMB) 1/14/2015 4:35:24 AM
While we are talking about this general area of the screen, on the line below where the application name is displayed, it would be nice if we could include some variables and column names in this field. For example if you are drilling down to be able to display the drill down history. Or if you are in a certain context, something we use quite heavily, to be able to display the context within which you find yourself.
basenine 1/20/2015 5:07:19 PM
I really need this...It's becoming frustrating when you're working on records down in the page (that are maybe related to the parent record - which could be quite long) and having to scroll back to the top just to open the SETUP in a new tab, scroll back down to the record that you're adjusting/enhancing
basenine 3/18/2015 7:58:42 PM
I wish I could promote this again 😀

basenine 4/30/2015 8:29:53 PM
Is there any chance this could be implemented via "Labs" so those who would benefit from it could try it out and those who aren't fussed can keep it as it is?


Kirill Bondar  Staff  5/1/2015 3:34:21 AM
Don't tell anyone... we want to move setup button to a tab bar... :)
basenine 5/1/2015 4:17:17 AM
That would be a really sensible solution. And easy to do no doubt. Sounds good😀😎
basenine 5/25/2015 10:08:17 PM
Add to this:
Just have the form scroll...not the buttons

Keep all Form Buttons (Save, Edit, Cancel) in the TAB section as well - or just under.
Put extra buttons in separate drop list.
Get rid of the duplicate set of buttons at the bottom of the form.
basenine 5/5/2016 11:26:02 PM
The other benefit of keeping the header fixed is when I'm working on two similar db applications...

Sometimes I need to scroll to the top just to make sure that I'm working on the right application!
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