Dismissible dialogs and save preferences

In order to design user-friendly systems that can be used intuitively, we need to store the user's preferences, and allow them to specify them at runtime.

Dismissible dialogs and save preferences

Each user can make their own settings, based on the level of guidance they feel comfortable with.

This pattern is relatively new to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product, and was first implemented in the 2013 R2 version.

Note

An explanation of the implementation of embedding instructions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loobQ1TVO3o&list=PLhZ3P-LY7CqmVszuvtJLujFyHpsVN0U_w&index=14.

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