New system version w/ tablet support installed in dev.apiant

A pre-release has been installed into dev.apiant, which includes full support for tablet devices:

  1. The Conditional Execution [Data Stream] v2, Data Rows - Filter v2, Data Rows - Conditional Loop v2, and Fatal Error [Data Stream] v2 modules all now support scalar values in the left-side logic tests.

  2. Automation field mappings are now initially collapsed. Each trigger and action can now be individually expanded and collapsed to help make finding fields easier.

  3. Fixed the automation field mappings search functionality so field names having spaces can now be searched.

  4. Webhook automations no longer process queued webhooks if the automation is turned off. The queued webhooks will be processed when the automation is turned back on, according to the system’s schedule for retrying unprocessed webhooks.

  5. When a webhook automation is reset (via the gear icon menu option in the dashboard) any unprocessed webhooks in the work queue are now purged.

  6. The automation editor and assembly editor are now fully supported on tablet devices. Testing has been done on a 12.9 inch iPad Pro. Notable changes in the assembly editor to support the touch interface include the following: To access the right-click context menu of catalog items, double tap them. To access the right-click context menu of the main canvas, use the “Options” link at the bottom right above the Zoom slider. To select multiple modules for copy/delete, instead of dragging a selection region click the “Select” link at the bottom right above the Zoom slider. Then tap the modules to be selected. Tap selected modules to unselect. Tap the background to unselect all. Click the “Stop Selection” link at the bottom right to exit the selection mode, or click the “Options” link at the bottom right which also exits selection mode. The functionality of module right-click context menus is now mirrored in the module settings popover that appears when modules are tapped. When wires are dragged, the end of the wire is placed above the fingertip, but to connect the wire move your fingertip over a destination wire node. This is done so you can see the dragged wire node turn green when a valid destination can be connected. The vertical and horizontal splitter controls are much wider so they can be easily tapped or dragged. Controls that are normally hidden until moused over are instead always visible. 3rd-party editor libraries used for editing code and for field mappings in the automation editor have been updated to their latest versions so that momentum scrolling is available.

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