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Bug reporting procedure

When reporting what looks like a bug, please follow the following guidelines:
Keep in mind that while Drupal is your community web site, and posts will not be modified / deleted without your consent
Mantis is no longer used as bug tracker
  • In the View Issues page, check the "Fixed On" column (and compare with your version date) to know if that issue is in your version of IQ.

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In your opinion, which bugs/features should be given the highest priority ?

This is mostly to get a feel of what seems to be the most important to users... for the fun of it, and for its potential usefulness.
So, here's what I propose.
1-  Review the mantis list and old feature/bug posts in this forum (a good exercise...) and think about what you miss the most in your everyday IQ usage,
2- Then list 10 (max!) features OR bugs already discussed*, ordered by priority, "1" being the highest priority. If required, a brief justification could follow each proposition. Then we can try to see which top 3-5 bugs/features are most "wanted".
*New stuff should be discussed separately, as it has always been.

Version 0.9.96 is now available !

Hi IQ Users !
In this release (v0.9.96) : 
  1. New: Google Connect Dialog. Supports OAUTH2 secure authorization. Once connected, can list the calendars.

Pasting text into a field does not fire associated auto-assignment

I have a row equation:
This works if I type text into PaperTitle - the value of PaperTitle is assigned to Item.
However, if I paste a value into PaperTitle using <ctrl> + V, the row equation is not fired and Item is not updated.
The workaround is specifically to edit the value pasted into PaperTitle.

Toolbar Queries

a couple of toolbar related queries / requests.
1) there is a "Zoom in" button, but no "Zoom out" one: I wanted to add it to the standard toolbar (for use in Surface) but couldn't find any.
2) in the HTML pane:
mostly I have the HTML pane fairly narrow -- too narrow for the whole toolbar to display:
I would like if the toolbars went into a second row as opposed to hiding remaining buttons in a drop-down.
I rarely have the full IQ window so small that I have same problem with the standard etc toolbars -- but it might be a helpful option there as well (?)

[SORTED] Difference between 'Recalculate' and 'Touch' ?

Wondering, when I right-click a field in the properties pane:
  • whats the difference between 'Recalculate' and 'Touch' ?
EDIT// => never mind, should have searched better first:
When you have equations (either row or column), and you change a value, dependant cells are updated. When you use the "touch" funtion on a cell, it does the same thing, (except that you don't need to make any changes) : it updates dependant cells  Also see Re-Calculate.
The "converse" of touch... It recalculates a given cell, based on its dependants

wysiwyg grid cell editor - auto-expand?

Just wondering why the wysiwyg grid cell editor does not auto-expand as content is added ... is that a "grid supplier" issue?

Search confusion

Dont use search often:
1) I see that a search (Ctrl+F) for 'font' will show nothing:
  • even though the word exists at least once in my db
  • there are multiple examples of #font and fonts
Ctrl+F; type font, enter - focus goes to the grid.
could this  be because 'font' is used within the IQ system in various places?
(Search seems to be working otherwise)
2) Using Auto-search in the grid (Ctrl+F3) seems to be hardly working:
As an example:
TLI with the word 'ready' in the text.
I select the adjoining item and type 'ready': focus springs to a TLI much further down that starts with 'Route'
does Auto-search only work for first word in the field?
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