Improve Pop-Up Windows



  • Title
    Improve Pop-Up Windows
  • SCR Number
    01514
  • DPAS Module
    Warehouse
  • Reporting Organization
    SPECWARCOM
  • State
    New
  • History
    Submitted: 10/03/2018
  • Description

    Description
    There are multiple processes that have pop-up windows that are part of the functionality in order to complete each step. The size of the pop-up window is currently set at a default size and there is no option to enlarge. Require the ability to maximize the pop-up window.

    Recommended
    Create a maximize icon at the top right corner next to the exit screen icon, allowing user to manipulate the screen with easy. This will prevent user scrolling up and down on the wrong window.

    Mission Critical
    Mission Critical - Due to Maintenance requirement mandate. Maintenance assessments and repairs must be accomplished in accordance with current standards required by NAVSEASYSCOMINST 8370.2D and COMNAVSPECWARCOMINST 8020.2A. Maintenance assessments are required prior to SEAL/SB Team deployment. The IDTC time-line does not allow wholesale asset turn-in for maintenance. Assessments and repairs must be conducted while assets remain in SEAL/SWCC OICs/AOICs custody. Assessment results and repair parts usage must be documented when assets are not in the custody of the accountable armory.

    Benefits
    This will allow NSW Armories to maintain their current operational level of support with minimal impact to the amount of time it takes to perform COMNAVSEASYSCOM and COMNAVSPECWARCOM required armory maintenance actions.

    Users
    This currently applies to Armory users within NSW, but it is foreseeable that it could be applied to other departments within the command at a later date.


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