Table is a list of input data (for example a list of surcharges, soils, profile interfac etc.). The table header contains a list of items (surcharge, name, width, size…).
Adding new items to the table
The form of the table depends on the selected. Graphical bonds between the items in the table and on the desktop are important. Some data (objects) can be only textually, others also graphically using the mouse. If the program enables both, textual and graphical input, both buttons are shown in the table.
If the table does not contain any items yet, or no item is selected in the table, only buttons "", " " or " " are visible above the table. Using these buttons, new items are added into the table.
Adding a new item into the table
Table item editing
If a row is selected (highlighted green), buttons "Edit" and "Remove" are activated above the table. The number of the item is given in the brackets. Using these buttons, individual rows can be edited.
Selection of items is made by pressing the. Clicking the right mouse button opens the .
Table item editing
If the operation enables it (eg. removal of an item from table), it is possible to edit more items (rows) at a time. There are two selected rows on the figure below. From the picture, we can see that the only option in this case is removal of both items from the table, and therefore, the "Edit" button is not available.
Selection of more items (rows) in a table is done by holding CTRL and clicking the. By holding SHIFT and clicking the left mouse button, all rows above or below the selected rows are selected.
By clicking outside of the selected table rows, the selection is cancelled.
Editing more table items
The state of selection of rows in the table corresponds with the states of visualization of theon the desktop (and reverse). If a row or multiple rows are selected in the table, the relevant objects on the desktop are highlighted with the same colour. If the is over one of the objects, the objects is shown bold. After clicking on "Remove", the objects and table rows are shown red.
Visualization of selected objects
Marking objects using these colors is implicitly set. This setting, however, can be modified in the dialog window "".