What you need to do is inject some logic to clear selected field values before the view is displayed.
Like all other stuff made in SugarCRM, this process also depends on what type of module you’re hacking, in other words, the place where you’re going to write the logic depends if you’re hacking a custom module or a core one.
At times, while developing custom features in projects there’s a need to make date conversions.
Usually people tend to use strotime() indiscriminately, without being aware of its limitations. Although it is an awesome function, it needs to be used with care, otherwise it may lead to unexpected behaviors.
Since I bought this netbook that I’ve been looking forward to upgrade it’s ram. As you may know, this netbook has two slots, which by default are fulfilled with 2GB (1024+1024) or 3GB (1024+2048), unfortunately in Portugal only the first combination is being sold.
After reading a couple of reviews of other people that wanted to perform the same upgrade as me, from 2GB into 4GB, I’ve finally decided to bet on Kingston, and I bought the KVR800D2S6K2/2G modules.
Now you may be wondering why I didn’t bought 8GB instead of 4GB since the netbook supports them, the reason is plain simple: in my humble opinion they are way too expensive!
The first thing you need to know it’s that although the PCI output shows a Realtek 8171 wireless adapter, in reality it is a Realtek RTL8191SE!
With this in mind you only need to download this file which was referenced in this thread on post #134 and execute the commands below. Make sure to remove the NDISWrapper driver before doing this if you have already installed and set it up.
Although it is still an alpha version it already allows you to perform the regular navigation activities that you are used to with an incredible speed.
It’s layout is also a bit different of what we are used to, in my opinion it is great, KISS principle all the way. I also like the new functionalities like the task manager which allows you to take control over the used memory with each tab/window and the browser itself.