Display hand when hovering over objects with Navigation Links
When hovering with the mouse over a display object that has a Navigation Link attached to it, the mouse cursor should change to a hand when not in edit mode and it should navigate on single-click instead of having to double-click.
In PI Vision 2019, navigation links are now more discoverable on a display. When hovering over a symbol with a navigation link, the mouse cursor will change to indicate that there is a link and the symbol’s tooltip will display the configured hyperlink.
Navigating is now done using a single-click instead of a double-click for all symbols except for the trend, where a double-click is still required so that single-click trend interactions (trend cursor, highlighting a trace) are still possible.
For additional information on PI Vision 2019 check out the release announcement here: https://customers.osisoft.com/s/knowledgearticle?knowledgeArticleUrl=kA01I0000007AdxSAE
When adding a hyperlink to a text in PI VIsion, the cursor turns in to a pointing hand when hovering over the hyperlink and the navigation event fires after a singel click on the hyperlink.
When adding hyperlink to a graphic object, the cursor does not turn into the pointing hand when hovering, and you need to double-click to fire the navigation event.
The graphical object's hyperlink should result in the cursor turning into the hand symbol, and navigation event should fire after singel-click.
This seems like a must have for use to enable mobile use, not having it is slowing down the adoption of vision at our site
Dan Lopez commented
I'd really love to allow enabling navigation links to work via single-click rather than double-click. On a mobile device, this would make navigation links SO much easier to use!
Vadim Fedorov commented
Also, it should show a hint for any hyperlink on mouse over
Also, PI Vision 2017 is not consistent since that the hand symbol and single-click is used for text objects with a navigation link.
From my point of view it a bug, because changing mouse cursor to a hand is standard for web applications.