I believe so... Yes, that would help.
I know i've seen manipulation of columns somewhere, and they
(columns) are mentioned several places in the UI. Is this just a
different term for rectangular selection, or is there more?
And while I have you, I write more prose than anything in TM (great
outliner!). Are hanging indents a possiblity? (Quite possibly not
useful for your target market, but I thought i'd ask...) When writing
todos or outlining, having the line wrap one tab stop indented keeps it
very clear where lines start and end. (Happy to make a bundle, but
didn't see how to tackle this one...)
On Apr 1, 2005, at 12:37 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On Apr 1, 2005, at 0:46, Dameron Midgette wrote:
Problem: I can't select columns easily,
because the tabs don't
align the data [...] I can't seem to find the way to have the text
actually line up in columns (if there is one..)
Is there a solution to this?
hmm... would the data align up if the tab size was set to something
extreme (i.e. larger than than the widest entry)?
Currently though I actually don't allow (through the UI) arbitrary tab
sizes. But if I understand you correct, this would have solved the
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