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- T86886: Spreadsheet editor navtree total number of components per domain
T86817: Update the spreadsheet editor wiki page with the mockups and custom columns
T86142: Status bar for spreadsheet editor
T86141: Context data for attribute spreadsheet
T86135: Expose other domains for attribute spreadsheet as menu entry
T86134: Row sorting based on ascending or descending order of a column for attribute spreadsheet
T86133: Rules based row filtering for attribute spreadsheet
T86131: Column filter for the attribute spreadsheet
T86130: Category filter for attribute spreadsheet
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- T86135: Expose other domains for attribute spreadsheet as menu entry
T85654: Attribute spreadsheet for attribute debugging
I apologize in advance if this is not the right task to comment about it, but as I see the Display menu here I gotta ask, would it be possible to have a check box to see position attributes in world(global) coordinates, please?
Simplified version for the list of filtering rules. No expressions nor conditional operators yet.
Each rule is represented by a collapsable box. The modifiers/panels layout could be used to achieve the collapsing behavior, although dragging/ordering is not necessary (initially), so it's not included in the mockup. An X lets you remove the rule.
Based on the idea by @Máté Kerekes (elfoglalt) of using a similar layout to modifiers but I've removed superfluous functionality.
Also the mockup is using position.y and position[y] but we should match the column name with the rules column field. Right now that means position Y`.
As a separate topic (not for this task) we should indeed talk about how to represent vector individual components in the spreadsheet (the other alternative is position). This is assuming we will support this in the nodetree as well,
if not what we have is fine (position X).