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Add ability to turn UI elements of the Show-ListView report off #521

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AdamNaj opened this Issue Oct 24, 2015 · 2 comments

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AdamNaj commented Oct 24, 2015

Add paramerer -Show with the following enumeration values

  • All - shows all UI elements automatically - default value
  • SharedExport - shows export filters that are not specific to this very ``-ViewName` report (left-most ribbon panel)
  • Filter - shows filter panel
  • PagingAlways - shows paging when list is shorter than the page specified
  • SharedActions - shows actions that are not specific to this very ``-ViewName` report (right-most ribbon panel)
  • StatusBar - shows status bar.

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AdamNaj commented Nov 23, 2015

Get-ChildItem master:\ | 
    Show-ListView `
        -Show None `
        -Property Name, DisplayName, ProviderPath, __Updated, "__Updated By"

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AdamNaj commented Nov 23, 2015

Implemented

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Issue #521 -Hide parameter replaced with reversely functioning -Show …
…parameter as suggested by @alan-null offline - makes sense

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