Could these points be considered by the Electircal Developers for addition (as a service pack preferably; or included in the next release) to the Terminal Strip Editor (TSE)?
Here are things that I see could make huge improvements;
Otherwise, it seems to be a useable tool and nice feature.
Thanks for the consideration.
How about the ability to move terminals around with the mouse, drag and drop style, since the present method is tedious if u have a few to do. Unless of course I'm missing something!
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It would be nice if the whole interface were changed. Make it so that we can expand the window, possibly make it full screen. Make it so that it closer resembles using excel, with the ability to click in a box and edit also. The drag and drop idea would certainly help as well. Dont allow the esc button to exit the command without warning. It would be nice if you could use it to surf to the component its representing so that you can edit the terminal in case you forgot to fill something out. Ive been using the TSE for years and these are some of my "wish list" items.
All excellent additions for the list, ... my exact reason for posting. Unless they know how we want to be able to use the tool, we won't have a chance at a useful tool. This topic is just one of many improvements needed.
Keep the ideas rolling on this topic. They are at the very least listening....
My current most wanted TSE feature (failing some better option) would be to have a 'project' button on the accessory entry similar to how Jumper definition already works. It would be nice to have this for terminal catalogue quick picks but quite how best to apply this to terminals is not immediately obvious. Perahaps a new button and/or right click menu option 'Pick from Existing'
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