Tip #864: Use multiple personas in Chrome

Masks

Remember our ancient tip on using InPrivate mode in Internet Explorer? Your experience may vary but I found that sooner or later the private environments start stepping on each other toes. There are other shortcomings, like lost history, no bookmarks, no Ctrl-Shift-T a.k.a. “bring back that tab I just accidentally closed”. Andre “I’ve got 88 […]

Tip #770: Power to the users and developers with Chrome extension

Shoot yourself in a foot

If you are developer or power user, and don’t mind shooting yourself in a foot, check out Chrome Extension for Dynamics CRM Power users, available as a Chrome extension or as a birthday suit a.k.a. source code. Just some of our favorite features: God Mode. Makes all mandatory fields optional. Makes hidden fields/tabs/sections visible. Makes […]

Tip #223: Firefox and a message box

Prevent this page from creating additional dialogs

Browsers are on a war path. First, in case you were wondering why editing emails in workflows no longer work, that’s because Chrome disabled showModalDialog, breaking bucketloads of CRM functionality relying on that. See this good summary for a comprehensive feature list and a temporary workaround. Firefox has been much sneakier than that. It kind […]

Tip #140: Working with Dynamics CRM on iPad as System Admin or Customiser

System settings on iPad

As reported by Andre “I’ve got 88 in my handle” Margono: Recently I stumbled across a question in Dynamics CRM Forum regarding “How to see CRM Settings on a tablet browser” Out of my curiousity, I tried something on my iPad. The steps that I used to achieve this is using Google Chrome on iPad […]