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Thank you for your feedback! No this is not currently possible. The closest you can get is, as you say, to copy the matching samples and paste them into a new blank CSV file - and this can only be done in Editor. But I can see how filtering can be useful, and I actually needed it myself a few times,...
Hello, thank you for the heads-up - apparently the referring server silently closed down. I'll fix it during this week. In the meantime, here's a valid link:
Have fun with it!
Have fun with it!
Hello Tony and thank you again for your feedback! That does sound a bit inconvenient. Did you try to uncheck "Save variable view settings with project" in the preferences and just rely on the automatic saving of view settings? If you did, did that cause you other kinds of trouble? In gener...
- Tue May 19, 2020 9:36 am
- Forum: Feedback
- Topic: Button to apply view settings from current tab to all tabs
- Replies: 2
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Thank you for your feedback! The whole view settings functionality is up for a redesign in the next major release, and the functionality you're asking for will be realized in one way or another. /Gustaf
I can understand your confusion, because to be honest it's a bit of a mess. I'll explain here in this post, and for the next release, I'm planning to improve both the documentation and how it actually works, so it becomes more predictable and intuitive. Your feedback is very helpful for this. First,...
That's weird, sorry about that. With regard to groups and colours, everything should be saved silently and automatically when the app is closed, also when PC reboots. By default these settings aren't stored in the project but in a user settings file somewhere on your computer. I don't know if Window...