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Re: Custom Columns

Post by SkyFrontier » 17 Mar 2014 14:30

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v13.80.0107 - 2014-03-07 12:27
    + Special Properties: Added property "Length" (#audio.length). It returns
      the length in a more exact format than the Shell column of the same name:
        nn:ss.fff
          n = minutes
          s = seconds
          f = milliseconds
Please make it hh:nn:ss:fff.
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 17 Mar 2014 14:38

Longer files get hh: automatically.
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by SkyFrontier » 17 Mar 2014 15:04

Last time I checked, they don't - anyway, that setup (machine+XY) has now an updated XY. Back to the boring report task, then... *sigh*
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 17 Mar 2014 22:37

Tomorrow you probably get the next beta. Damn, I more or less had to rewrite the whole XY kernel. If I made no mistakes you will note almost no difference to before, LOL. All for one little command: "New Column". :biggrin:
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by TheQwerty » 18 Mar 2014 12:30

return should end the script.

This should result in 'a' not 'b':

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Snip: CustomColumn 1
  XYplorer 13.80.0118, 3/18/2014 7:25:08 AM
Action
  ConfigureColumn
Caption
  Testing
Type
  3
Definition
  return 'a';
  return 'b';
Format
  0
Item Type
  0
Item Filter
  


EDIT: I know we can make the date columns show age but I'd like to see both. Could the Ages for each date please be added as special properties?

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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 18 Mar 2014 14:43

return: agreed.
TheQwerty wrote:EDIT: I know we can make the date columns show age but I'd like to see both. Could the Ages for each date please be added as special properties?
Not now, maybe later. Could be seen a a display format. Need to think...
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 18 Mar 2014 18:28

admin wrote:return: agreed.
TheQwerty wrote:EDIT: I know we can make the date columns show age but I'd like to see both. Could the Ages for each date please be added as special properties?
Not now, maybe later. Could be seen a a display format. Need to think...
Thinking done. Added new display format. :)
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by TheQwerty » 18 Mar 2014 19:50

Thanks, Don!

Soft Columns... I'm honestly not sure I understand the point. It's cool that they can be quickly configured via scripting, but overall it feels like this adds to the confusion between Extra Columns, Custom Columns 1-5, and Custom Columns 6+. :veryconfused:

Hopefully you've still got some plans! ;)

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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 18 Mar 2014 19:55

No, that was my last plan. I'm done. XYplorer is finished. :ninja:
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by Filehero » 18 Mar 2014 19:57

admin wrote:No, that was my last plan. I'm done. XYplorer is finished. :ninja:
:mrgreen:

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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 18 Mar 2014 19:59

I just write this to make post #100,000 :biggrin:

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Re: Custom Columns

Post by TheQwerty » 18 Mar 2014 20:07

admin wrote:No, that was my last plan. I'm done. XYplorer is finished. :ninja:
Drats! And all before we got user functions in v14.00. :mrgreen:

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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 18 Mar 2014 20:11

TheQwerty wrote:Soft Columns... I'm honestly not sure I understand the point. It's cool that they can be quickly configured via scripting, but overall it feels like this adds to the confusion between Extra Columns, Custom Columns 1-5, and Custom Columns 6+. :veryconfused:
I added sth to the change log:

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      The major differences to the hard Custom Columns:
      - Soft Columns are stored with the tab, with the Home, with the FVS. They 
        are local and self-sufficient, no external dependencies.
      - Soft Columns are unlimited in number.
      - Soft Columns can easily and totally be controlled via scripting command 
        SetColumns.
Tip: If you are confused by this simply don't right-click the column headers. :)
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Re: Custom Columns

Post by Filehero » 18 Mar 2014 20:11

admin wrote:I just write this to make post #100,000 :biggrin:
Well, I don't know, why I do seem always to be around for beat club milestones, but....

At least, I can cease F5-ing now.

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Re: Custom Columns

Post by admin » 18 Mar 2014 20:13

I hope you are around at 1,000,000! :mrgreen:
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