MSBI #75 – SSIS #33 – SQL Server 2012 – Developer Experience #2 & # 3 –look & Feel, Visual Improvements and Accessibility Changes Custom SSIS Toolbox

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Lets get wrap up with my older series what i have started.In this i am going try to cover multiple topics.

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Visual Studio 2010

Now SSIS has similar look like VS 2010 as shown in following snap

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Undo/Redo

This functionality we have already explained in our post :MSBI # 68 – SSIS # 28 – SQL Server 2012 – New Features , SSDT Introduction and links 
Getting Started Window

We have always updated content and News update on this plane

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New Icons

All icons are refreshed and more attractive and reach now 

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Zoom Control

Zoom in Zoom Out Easy option

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Annotation Improvements

Annotation are  more easy and looks awesome

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Auto Save and Recovery

We have auto save and recovery with some enhancement such as fast auto save and recovery.
Status icons instead of colours

Now in SSIS 2012 we have different successful option

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How distinguish between Control Flow and Data Flow

We have easy distinguish between Data and Control flow 
Debugging vs. Design-time

We can access various resource at debugging time , Will have more views on my further posts.
Support for High-Contrast mode

Customizing contrast and colour can make it easier to see screen objects and can reduce eyestrain. No longer activated by Control Panel alone, the High Contrast feature is a built-in and expanded library of colour schemes for users with low vision who require a high degree of contrast between foreground and background objects. For example, users who cannot easily read black text on a grey background or text drawn over a picture can benefit from this feature
Labels shown by default on non-success constraints

By default labels are shown so easy of understating flow in running and Design state

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    How to Distinguish running and Non Running plan
    Not Running / Stable Plan

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    Running Plan

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