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Feature Request - Height Adjustable Rows

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This is an excellent tool, but it would be useful if the content cell/row heights were adjustable, or at least auto-adjusted to the contained content. I think this would make working on longer text attributes that bit easier.

Thank you.
Closed Sat at 5:03 PM by tomenglert

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tomenglert wrote Jan 25 at 1:35 PM

I think you mean to auto-wrap long text lines - which is generally a good idea.
But this would conflict with the correct preview of multi-line text, as it does now, and which has the higher precedence for me. I will have to investigate if both features can coexist.

Maybe for now you can use the new feature of Excel ex- and import. Just export everything to excel, where you can adjust text wrapping and row heights, make your changes and import everything again.

Neilski wrote Jan 25 at 9:09 PM

Hi Tom, thank you for taking the time to reply and your suggestion - I will certainly try this.

I really 'just' wanted to drag the row height down so that it was easier to edit longer fragments of text. Failing this a dedicated editing panel somewhere on the layout for the active cell, or even a pop-up editing panel would be good too.

Sorry, the tool is great as it is, but recently I have had to create a lot of long text fragments and I found myself creating them in a text editor and then cutting and pasting them into the relevant cells and, being lazy, I thought I'd see if I could make work for someone else!

Once again, thanks for your help and creating ResX in the first place.

tomenglert wrote Jan 26 at 3:04 PM

Yes, good idea - a dedicated editing panel like in Excel would be very helpful in that case, and it would not break other features. I definitely keep that in the backlog!

wrote Mar 8 at 4:13 PM

Associated with changeset 30293: WI1188: Feature Request - Height Adjustable Rows (Excel like editing filed on the top)

Neilski wrote Mar 9 at 6:02 PM

Thanks Tom - you're a star - this is just what I wanted :-)

tomenglert wrote Mar 10 at 11:07 AM