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(...) Applies to version 2020.1.x, author: Dawid Golonka   Keyboard shortcuts are a tool that can greatly enhance your working experience. WEBCON BPS Designer Studio gives you the ability to access some functions by using the keys. This article describes what combinations are available, where they can be used and what they are responsible for.   Keyboard shortcuts available in entire (...)

(...) dquo; button and selecting a file with your picture in the window (Fig. 2) Dragging the file to the picture field (“Drag and drop” option) Clicking on the field and using the Ctrl + V shortcut (if the picture is in the clipboard) Removing the added picture is possible by using the “Remove” button. Adding or removing the picture is possible only if the field is editable. Ot (...)

(...) “No”, the permissions can be set later in the “Component services”. The “Component services” window can be run in two ways: Using the run tools (Windows + R shortcut) and then enter the “dcomcnfg” command. Using the Control Panel and select: Administrative tools -> Component services -> Computers -> My computer -> DCOM configuration. (...)

(...) nfiguration Component services If you click “Yes” on the prompt mentioned above, a Component Services window will appear. To open this window manually use the Launch tool (Windows+R shortcut) and type in “dcomcnfg. In the 64-bit environment it might be needed to use “mmc comexp.msc /32” command. You can also use the Control Panel and move along the following path:  (...)

(...) ook to the left where an “Actions list” is and choose “On entry”.  To create a new action, right-click click on it and choose “Add” (or use the  CTRL + N shortcut). Click on the new action and in the “Action type” on the right expand the folder “SharePoint content” and choose “Create a site” from it.   Fig.3 (...)

(...) . 1 Designer Studio menu: the icons for importing and exporting applications.   Another way to start the export process is to select the application you want to export and use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + E. You can also right-click on the application and choose "Export." Fig. 2 Application export visible after right click on the application   Once you have started t (...)

(...) s, first, open it in your Portal. Then, hit the star button in the menu on the top right, press the "Add to favorites" button, enter the name for the shortcut and confirm by pressing "Save."   Fig. 2. Naming the shortcut for a favorite button.​​​​​​   After saving the data, the shortcut should b (...)

(...) at the "Actions list" on the left, select "On path," and choose the path on which you want to place the action (in the example, it is the “Accept” path). Now, use the shortcut CTRL + N or right-click on the path’s name and choose “Add” to create a new action.   In the "Action settings" on the right, fill in the "Name" field (...)

(...) u will see “Reports” below it. Select them. To create a new report, press the button “Add” (on the right) and choose if it should be a Table, Chart, or KPI. You can also use a shortcut CTRL + N if you want to have a new report in the form of the table. Then, name the newly created report and open the “Configuration” tab above the name field to configure your report. (...)