Thanks John, for reminding me about the “Unimplemented Statements and Functions” page. I now recall using it in the past but had forgotten about it.
However, my point about user-friendliness still stands. You first have to know that the “Unimplemented Statements and Functions” page is there, since it doesn’t pop up at the top of the search menu or anyplace else obvious in Help menus, but is buried alphabetically down in the list.
Plus then the “Duplicates” option is not even listed on that page anyway nor is anything related to it. So searching for “duplicates” or “no duplicates” doesn’t produce any useful links.
Thus, my point is that a bit more effort spent on making Help more user-friendly would go a long way towards helping new users (and even long term, low level users like myself) find our way through the program.
I know this is a huge task, and while I continue to love and use Panorama X, it still feels a bit like software built by and for engineers, which gives it a steep learning curve for those of us who aren’t long term programmers. I’d love to see it be a little more accessible so that the user base expands and helps solidify Panorama for the long term. It wouldn’t have to be dumbed down for those who like the raw programming power, but just soften a few edges for us low level users.
Just my 2 cents. Thanks