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Selecting model (row)

Selecting column

Selecting fragment

Selecting and editing cell

Changing column width

Changing row height

Moving columns and rows

Visibility of columns

Table views

Sorting by column data

Filtering by parameter value

Searching by parameter value

 


Selecting model (row)

 

To select model (row) bring the cursor to the left end of the row. The cursor should become a right arrow . Then click on this place. The selected row will be highlighted and marked by the sign .

To select adjacent models use up arrow and down arrow keys.

By pressing the down arrow key on the bottom row, new model will be created.

 

Selecting column

 

To select a column bring the cursor to the border between header and data of the column. The cursor should become down arrow . Click on this border.

To select several columns hold Ctrl. To select range of columns hold Shift or move the cursor, holding the left mouse button.

 

Selecting fragment

 

Bring the cursor to a corner cell of a fragment, press the left mouse button and then move the cursor, holding the left mouse button pressed. After selecting the fragment release the left mouse button.

 

Selecting and editing cell

 

To select a cell, click on it. To edit, click on the selected cell once again.

It is possible to move around the cells using keys with arrows. For editing press Enter.

 

Depending on type of parameter, the cells may allow the selection from a list, enter into a simple or complex drop-down form.

 

When clicking on a cell with a photo, the Photo of camera model window appears with an enlarged photo, and instead of a drop-down list, a menu appears allowing you to cut, copy, paste, delete, load from a file or save a photo to a file.

 

Changing column width

 

Bring the cursor to border of a column on the header. The cursor will become a double arrow . Press the left mouse button and move the cursor. After getting the necessary width release the mouse button.

 

Changing row height

 

Bring the cursor to border of a row on the left edge of the table. The cursor will become a double arrow . Press the left mouse button and move the cursor. After getting the necessary height release the mouse button.

 

You can change height only for all rows simultaneously.

 

Moving columns and rows

 

To move a column, place the cursor on the column header. Press the left mouse button and move the cursor. After moving column, release mouse button.

 

To move a row, place the cursor over the leftmost column with the row number. The cursor will look like an arrow to the right.

Select the row by clicking. Then press the left mouse button. A red line appears above the row.

Move the cursor along the left column with row numbers. After moving the red line to the target of moving the row, release the mouse button.

 

To make a model a modification of another model, start the same way as when moving a row, but before releasing the mouse button, move the cursor to the right to the next column. The red line will move to the right.

To make a modification an independent model, move it with pressing to the left edge of the table. Before releasing the mouse button, the red line will shift to the left.

 

See also: +Mod (create modification of the model)

 

 

Visibility of columns

 

You can adjust visibility of columns, save and restore table structures as Views.

 

To show/hide any particular column:

 

Click on the black triangle on the top-left corner of the table;
In the appeared menu choose Visible columns;
In the appeared list of all columns check or clear name of necessary columns.

 

You can also hide columns by selecting them and then choosing Hide selected columns in the context menu.

 

See also: Table tool bar>Views.

 

Table Views

 

You can adjust visibility of columns, save and restore table structures as Views.

 

See also: Table tool bar>Views.

 

Sorting by column data

 

To sort by the parameter value in the column, just click on the column header. Reclick changes sort order to the reverse one.

 

To sort by multiple columns, hold Ctrl while clicking on headings.

 

Filtering by parameter value

 

Click on the arrow in the combo box at the column top (between parameters values and header) and choose parameter value from the list.

 

In this combo box you can specify following filters:

 

Order by descending;
Order by ascending;
Clear filter;
Custom; - Combined custom filter with several conditions.
All - all rows;
Not empty - only not empty;
Empty - only empty.
Boxes with possible field value. Just select needed values.

 

You can set filters in multiple columns at the same time.

 

Searching by parameter value

 

In the lower left corner of the table, above the toolbar the search bar is located. To search the entire table of cells containing specific values, enter this value in the search bar. Already in the process of typing the found matches in the table will be highlighted in yellow.

 

 

The number of matches found to the right of the search string is displayed.  More to the right there are the buttons for displaying rows with search results, navigating through search results, and calling the search options menu.

 

 

See also: Table of camera models, Tool bar, Pop-up menu, Parameters of camera models.