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The Tryton team is happy to announce the 2.2 release of Tryton.
The changes on the user interface are once again really important:
- The pop-up windows are now “no modal”, which means that they are linked to the tab in which they were opened. Creating a new tab is now possible. Also, switching from one tab to the other restores the state of the opened pop-up windows.
- The search widget has been completely redesigned. We are now using a unique widget which allow users to use the search function in a much more natural way using a simple syntax. An auto-completion system has been included to help users write their search query.
- The action toolbar on the bottom of the screen has been merged with main toolbar.
- The user experience has been improved by using the same design from the Many2Many and One2Many widgets.
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Please find following some screenshots of the new version: