Show OneDrive sites
Select which users personal sites are displayed when a OneDrive for Business server is register in the the MacroView DMF tree view. See Limit the OneDrive personal sites displayed to just the current user for more information.
Enable personal view commands in the file list toolbar
Enable the creation of personal views from the file list toolbar. See Personal Views for more information.
Show 'Shared with me' in Favourites
Include the 'Shared with me' node in Favourites mode that list the files and location that have been shared with the current user by users within an outside the organisation. See View files and location that have been 'Shared' with me for more information.
Show warning when information level logging is enabled
Information level logging which is set under Options > Support is used to troubleshoot issues by recording additional information for each action taken in MacroView DMF. This is very useful for troubleshooting but has an impact on overall performance due to the amount of information being written to the trace files. Enabling this setting will result in a system tray warning message being displayed if you start MacroView DMF and have Information Level logging enabled.
Prompt for version comments on initial save
Prompt the user to provide version comments when saving a new document.
Set ‘Title’ to file name when using Save As to SharePoint
Automatically set the Title attribute to the filename when saving a document using Save As to SharePoint.
Allow saving to locations where no document content type exists
Allow saving to locations where no document content type is available.
Retain selected node when switching from Favourites to Browse mode
The current node selected in Favourites mode will be re-selected automatically after the user switches to Browse mode.
Disable ‘Add to Favourites’ from Search Site Tree
Do not allow adding search site tree search results to Favourites.
Disable type ahead for choice fields containing a lot of items
Display choice fields with more than 20 values as a dropdown list. When this is not enabled (default) choice field with more than 20 values reverts to a typeahead style list.
Enable Tree View virtualization
Use virtualization to displays the sub-tree for a node being expanded. This can improve performance in some environments. This option MUST be enabled if you are running MacroView DMF on an computer that uses an ARM processor.
Use file name as display text when inserting attachments as hyperlinks
Use the file name rather than the URL as the display text for hyperlinks when using Insert As, Link.
Use original name as display text when inserting attachments
Use Original Filename (if available) as the display text rather than the filename when retrieving a document from SharePoint and inserting it as an attachment when the filename has been stripped of illegal characters.
Include Document ID in file display name when inserting attachments as links
Include the Document ID in the display name for the file when inserting attachments as links.
Use SharePoint Document ID redirect when inserting links
Hyperlinks created by using Insert As, Link and Insert Attachment as Link will be a link to the DocID Redirection Page (DocIdRedir.aspx) with the unique Document ID as a parameter. These links will still work even after the document has been moved from where it was originally saved.
Use protocol handler for links
Hyperlinks created by using Insert As, Link and Insert Attachment as Link will have a dmf: prefix. This will trigger the DMF Protocol Handler, so that clicking the hyperlink causes the same actions as opening the location or file from MacroView DMF.
Use Windows Shell to open Office Documents
Passes the opening of a document directly to the application. This can minimize the application load time and ensure the application splash screen is displayed while it loads. This performs the same operation as using the Open With.. option n the file list right click menu.
Use Windows Shell to open files from a UNC path
Opening non office files through their native application instead of downloading the file and opening it.
Use SharePoint ActiveX control for opening files
Open files via their native application, rather than via the browser. This provides more functionality but will also trigger security warnings (e.g. from virus scanners).
Use SharePoint ActiveX for open-read-only
Files opened read-only will be opened via their native application, rather than via the browser. This provides more functionality but will also trigger security warnings (e.g. from virus scanners).
Use SharePoint ActiveX control for opening PDF files
Open PDFs via their native application, rather than via the browser. This provides more functionality (e.g. for password protected PDFs) but will also trigger security warnings (e.g. from virus scanners).
Use XPS viewer for email previews
Previews of all file types are handled by the XPS facility of .Net. (note: XPS does not support the previewing of certain types of emails). When not set MacroView DMF will use Aspose to display the preview of emails stored in SharePoint. (note: Aspose generated previews do not allow printing, searching or zooming).