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Hi, good afternoon to evertbody.
I'm Daniel, 42 years old, from Spain; AX programmer for ten years.
I need to detect (by X++ code) if my AX 4.0 client has the Exploration Panel activated.
Thanks a lot in advance.
What do you mean with Exploration Panel? Can you attach a screen shot of what you mean?
Hi! Thanks for your answer.
Yes, I'm sorry, I'll try to explain better than my original message.
I'll attach screen where you can see what is Exploration Panel (or the panel I mean).
As you know, the user can lock this panel to left size, but other users (like me) prefers this panel not locked.
I need to know how to detect by X++ if my AX client has this panel "locked open" (open always).
I wish this message has been better for you.
Again, thanks in advance.
Great code... but... ups... the method navPaneVisible doesn't exist in 4.0 :(
I'll notify about this to my analyst...
Yes. The same. I can. But I have to detect (by X++ code) if that Navigation Panel is "on" or "of". Your code is perfect, but this method isn't in AX4.0.
Thank so much for your help...
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