I think you have a good point, however it doesn't seem like the
multi-select works as intended.
For example I am not able to swipe the cursor over several lines to select
them, I must ctrl-click on each row. I find this to be just about the same
thing as tick each box on each row.
Secondly it seems rather difficult to deselect the rows I have marked. I
can't click in the empty space below the list to remove my marks, and if I
click on a non-marked row (without pressing the ctrl button) it will
deselect one row for each row I click on (I expect all rows to be
deselected when non-ctrl click on a row).
If the above described actually is the way it is supposed to work I still
find my first opinion to be relevant.
PS. Thanks for a great program. DS.
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 3:16 PM, Martin Trobäck <martin_at_troback.se> wrote:
> On 13.04.2012 14:57, Martin Trobäck wrote:
> > Hi,
> > When I do sparse checkouts I noticed that if I for some reason have
> > marked/selected/highlighted the first row and then check the check box
> > on for example the second row, both the selected row and the row I
> > actually wanted to check are checked.
> > This works for any row that is selected, and any row you check.
> > The expected behavior is that only the row on which I click in the check
> > box shall be checked.
> Not really: if you select multiple entries, you would expect to have all
> those entries change the check state if you click on one of them. That's
> by design: that way you can easily check multiple items at once.
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