> > I'm not sure about line up data types you can see other modeller like
> > http://www.fabforce.net/dbdesigner4/images/ss/dbd4_ss_simplemodel.png
> > and in fact they align at left table's columns. Probably line up
> > won't get a better reading, because columns sizes differences, for
> > id :
> > integer
> > cmpy_emp_first_name_id : integer
> > id2 :
> > id 3 :
> > cmpy_emp_last_name_of_external_boss_id : integer
> > id 5 :
> In that case, could they be bold and a different colour too, just to
> improve scanability?
it can be a good idea, I'm going to test it after finish other things.
> > my idea for joins is this: When you select a join, columns from source
> > (always primary of that table) will change their color to the same color
> > the join when is selected, and then destination table column (foreign
> > to that primary keys) will change too theri color.
> I like that idea, although it would also be worth thinking about
> people who are colour-blind when designing this if you can too.
Oh a good point, then I'm going change color & use bold fonts for fk columns
and add some width to join line when selected.
Thanks for your ideas, right now I'm sending a new image of my proposal
table figure interface for evaluation. This is a concept donde using Gimp
(but almost finished at source code too), time I use same pgAdmin figures
but I didn't find a figure for pk,fk columns (with hierarchy), any
suggestions for this icon? I used * & O as not null and null symbols as in
Any ideas or suggestions are welcome.
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