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couple of suggestions

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Written by BubikolRamios
4 years ago
Category: Feature discussion
326 posts since Thu, 14 Jan 10
1. When I run query, and then click into row it would be nice if I could:
1.1 see in which row I'm, like 345-th row
1.1 be able to delete that row, like in mysql query browser

2.import/import csv
2.1 last used destination table is not remembered, that would be wery nice if it would be.
2.1 "character set" dropdown, has only 8 fields to display, I find myself
constantly scrolling this up and down to find win 1250, I see no reasopn why dropdown wouldnn show all charsets, allso last used charactrerset could be at the top of list ...

Regards.
Written by ansgar
4 years ago
4793 posts since Fri, 07 Apr 06
> see in which row I'm, like 345-th row

Should be ok now - the x/y position in grids is displayed in the center status bar panel on the bottom, like it is for query memos.

> be able to delete that row, like in mysql query browser

See issue #1392.

> last used destination table is not remembered, that would
> be wery nice if it would be

What about pre-selecting the focused table from the main window instead?

> "character set" dropdown, has only 8 fields to display ...

Highly cosmetic. But why not.
Written by ansgar
4 years ago
4793 posts since Fri, 07 Apr 06
r3143 increases the dropdown items from 8 to 16.

Regarding your suggestions about the preselected charset - I just saw that utf8 gets selected by default - for good reasons, as HeidiSQL's output with "Export grid data" always exports UTF-8.

> last used destination table is not remembered

Just saw that the selected table in the main window gets preselected. So, if you want a preselection, just double click that table in the main window.
Written by pedja
4 years ago
2 posts since Fri, 19 Mar 10
It would be good if we have option to select which charsets we want to use in HeidiSQL. I am pretty sure that one rarely needs more than one or two charsets. That would help a lot with scrolling up and down through charset lists.
 

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