Here's the answers I found out so far:
1 - Yes, we can base our ajax layout in WebView since in the end it'll be very similar.
3 - It's possible to define the number of max results shown in current selections in "User Preferences" --> "General" --> "Max values in current selections" but I don't think is possible to "override" the language. But if we define a big number in the field mentioned above, we won't see the "NOT" and "of" keywords anyway
Hi, I'll try to answer a few of your questions that I know from the top of my head.
1. The IE Plug-in is very much WYSIWYG to the full desktop client, so if you are using the plug-in you don't need to develop using the webview layout. The difference is that the Ajax (thin) client WILL look different unless you design with the webview in mind.
2. The move/size checkbox will prevent users changing the layout, but as far as I know you can't lock down column re-sizing. There is another checkbox 'read only' which will stop a lot of user interactions, but it won't do much on your multi-boxes.
5. You can change the default green, white and grey (there are a few posts in this forum about it) but I wouldn't advise it because you lose that whole associative element which must have drawn you to Qlikview in the first place!