Posts Tagged ‘trees’

Normalize Figures

Friday, April 11th, 2008

It was very frustrating, in columns of figures with different thousand or decimal separators, or in various units, to not be able to sort the rows properly. It’s a frequent need: the lightest, cheapest camera,  the highest summit…. We had to do something about it. Now, there is an option, in the right-click menu, to normalize the figures so that the sort function can work properly.

I Love XUL Trees, but…

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

For those who know how trees work in XUL, you’ll see how much work was done in the widgets with trees. (By whom, do you think?) And you’ll certainly find the few bugs left in scrolls, refresh, etc. FireFox 3 is coming soon, with a lot of modifications in the trees behavior and we have decided to put this work on hold until it’s out. (Really looking forward to this FirFox 3 version: fixing XUL trees is not exactly my thing.)