Grid updates

Now you can quickly move a column to the beginning or end of the spreadsheet:

  • Add row at the end by clicking on the “+” icon (requires allowEdit set to true)
  • Add new rows by editing the last row (requires showEditRow set to true)

A minor, but rather rather useful addition: now you can hit spacebar to toggle row selection.

Please welcome Excel-style column resizing

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Now you can rearrange multiple columns at once as well:

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Made grid cell tooltip a bit more discreet by adding a 200ms delay before showing it:

Show / Hide Columns... dialog has been significantly improved:

  • All changes are now applied instantaneously, no need to hit OK
  • Now you can rearrange columns as well by drag-and-dropping column names - that was a very popular request!

Previewing datasets with thousands of columns just became easier - simply hover over a column in the “Columns” pane, and the grid jumps to the corresponding column. Move your mouse away to restore the original grid position, or click on a column to fix the position.


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You can now quickly filter by types and semantic types as well:


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Please welcome custom forms in cells:


Now you can initiate column selection by holding Shift and mouse-dragging the column header:


You can now pin rows via Menu | Pin | Pin Selected Rows. Each row is pinned based on its column name and cell value and is also saved to the layout. More info is available in the documentation.



Column formatting has been improved and you can now set the custom column format. Here is how you can set it on the date column.


@ptosco it is related to #2716. I think that’s the thing you wanted to do with the dates - you can just set the column format instead of creating the new string column (so you can work with the dates instead).

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