Something to consider for the 2.0 series, if it has not already been
A user has selected 'View Data -> View All Rows' or 'View Data -> View
Filtered Rows' from the context menu for a view or table. They
eventually are presented with the 'Edit Data' tabular display window.
From the 'View' menu on that window, allow the user to 'Bookmark this
View'. When selected, the user would be prompted to give a name to that
bookmark. A default name would be provided such as "Table XYZ on server
On the main Pgadmin window, add a new 'Bookmarks' menu. From that
pull-down menu, the user could then open or remove an existing bookmark.
When opening an existing bookmark, a connection to the original database
would be established, and any filter/sort rules would be re-applied,
then the 'Edit Data' window would be displayed.
That would save people many, many mouse clicks for tables that they
often need to glance at for monitoring purposes. This is especially the
case with the 'sl_status' view provided in a Slony cluster, for example.
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