> I'd like to propose a tiny addition to the edit grid that shows tables
> and query results.
> The sorting&filter dialog is most of the time overkill when I just want
> to look something up.
> I'd be nice to have additional command buttons like you find e.g. in
> One clicks into a column and then
> 1) a) "A-->Z"
> b) "Z-->A" to sort the grid by this column.
> 2) a) A button that asks for a value to search within this column.
> b) continue
> Or set filters on this column:
> 3) a) show just records that have the same value in this column as
> the cell that has the focus right now.
> b) NOT (1)
> 4) ask for an expression X and set a filter on the current column.
> This might be more work so it isn't a priority but it'd be really helpful.
> E.g. mouse click in column "some_number".
> Then click button and enter : ">100 and <900 or null"
> pgAdmin would expand this to: (some_number > 100) AND (some_number <
> 900) OR (some_number IS NULL)
> I think even just 1) - 3) would save a whole lot of typing and retyping
> b/c of wrong spelling.
1 & 2 sound good. I'm on the fence on the usefulness of 3, and for 4 you
might as well use the existing dialogue.
Any danger I can persuade someone to take a stab at this?
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