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If you're using Lightning Experience, keyboard shortcuts work in Lightning apps but not in Classic apps. If you have access to your org's Setup screens, you can also check if an App is Lightning or Classic by going to Setup > Apps > App Manager, and viewing the “App Type” column in the apps grid. Another easy way to check if keyboard shortcuts are supported ...


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Not really, the point of lightning is for your whole interface to change. You could create an app with only that object available as a tab, but all the other objects will still be available through the app launcher, or from the add tabs section. I honestly found it a lot easier through setup everything from the preview mode, saved me a lot of time and worked ...


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The LI and UL tags are for lists and will always be displayed in a column, you can easily achieve the desired formatting using a table such as <table> <tr> <td> checkbox1 </td> <td> checkbox2 </td> <td> checkbox3 </td> </tr> </table>


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In classic there are standard "local name" fields on contact and account. They are not much more than a custom field, but they have some minor features in how they surface in searches. This minor search functionality doesn't carry to lightning, so they basically are just like custom fields. We do have some objects where we use two fields for some key ...


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The form labels can be localized, text can be entered in native language, picklists can be translated, numbers and dates are formatted for the user locale. The thing Salesforce doesn't support is multi-lingual records where different users can enter language specific variants of the (typically textual) data in the same fields. So you can't really have a ...


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It's been three years and ten releases since this question was posted, and still no signs of flexipages being exposed as first-class objects. I frankly don't understand what is meant by the answer which says to "use our capabilities combined with your custom components, objects, and logic to deliver a great experience that can be further customized by your ...


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It doesn't appear so in Lightning as I experience the same functionality you are seeing on accounts. This was in the Winter 20 Release Notes where it seems to give what you're asking for, but only on the email publisher on Cases in Service Console. Looking at the documentation for sending an email from a record in Lightning, it doesn't seem to specify ...


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This is how you can get the field names: String type= 'MyCustomObject__c'; // Say,this is my object Map<String, Schema.SObjectType> schemaMap = Schema.getGlobalDescribe(); Schema.SObjectType leadSchema = schemaMap.get(type); Map<String, Schema.SObjectField> fieldMap = leadSchema.getDescribe().fields.getMap(); for (String fieldName: ...


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you should bind event dynamically with component.getreference. and can reference another function in the controller. your code should be $A.createComponent( 'iframe', { 'aura:id': 'iframe', src: iframeUrl, onload:component.getReference('c.handleiframeonload'); },); handleiframeonload : function(cmp,evt,hel){ // write your onload logic ...


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