Same here..plus Network Server Cache as this is a stand-alone sys.jacky wrote:Autosize Columns + Drop-Messages-To-File. Never.
admin wrote:For me Autosize Columns as well. I wonder why it's not used by us. The basic idea is okay and it works well. Maybe this feature needs some kind of improvement?
For me, it's the occasional very long filename that makes it unattractive: pushes all other columns out of sight.
I don't think it needs improvement, as I agree with jacky here...I believe I may have used it once to initially set things up but then customized my sizes from there...if there is a time when I can't see enough, I'll move it myself just as far as I need/want which likely isn't same as Autosize would do.jacky wrote:admin wrote:For me Autosize Columns as well. I wonder why it's not used by us. The basic idea is okay and it works well. Maybe this feature needs some kind of improvement?
Well, for me it's the feature, the basic idea, I simply don't want it. I have only the columns I need visible, and I have made it so they all show the most info possible
... just seems "inefficient" to me...
j_c_hallgren wrote:I use this type of command all the time in Excel, but that's totally different as there one is dealing with a totally varying set of data and it's length is typically unknown when you start with a blank sheet.
noir wrote:autosize columns is nice, but i think it could use improvements for example instead of going the max length of the biggest file name maybe do max length for the overall filenames so
if filenames are
it would adjust to the common file names rather then just doing the biggest one., maybe can have a setable option for a max percent (or adjust until it doesn't hide other columns.)
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