Created on 2017-10-13.01:21:58 by ced, last changed 38 months ago by roundup-bot.
New changeset 498e137a0050 by Cédric Krier in branch 'default': Allow to edit Many2One from tree view http://hg.tryton.org/sao/rev/498e137a0050
New changeset 40ea5549b81b by Cédric Krier in branch 'default': Add icons on Many2One in editable tree http://hg.tryton.org/tryton/rev/40ea5549b81b
And here is review43771002 for sao. It convert the text of the Many2One into a link that open the target in a new tab.
Here is review43761002 for tryton. I think it will be more annoying to have opening on click on the cell because the click is the main way to select a row. So I think it is better to stay with the contextual menu for opening a Many2One.
I think the best way to not fullfill the ui is to render the Many2One on lists as a link that can be clickable. On sao it's standard web feature, so we should probably mimic it on tryton. I think we should not show this link when opening a list view on a search widget.
When user consult data, it is often on a non-editable list view with relation like Many2One (or Reference). But opening the form view of the target is not direct as the user many need to start editing if possible or switch to form view. The idea is to show an open button in front of the Many2One (or a URL like) like on form view. Ref: https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/tryton/20171001081518.GF3626%40kei
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