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rowspan filter table #529

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XianxianKong opened this Issue Nov 9, 2017 · 2 comments

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XianxianKong commented Nov 9, 2017

Hi,
does it support rowspan filterable? or how can i do it?
like this. Thanks,i really need it..
this image is showing i put a new table into second cell but it doesnt work ,even the first cell
filter

this image is using rowspan,but still wrong cause after select campus empty second cell is shown,

filter2

like this.
filter3

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koalyptus Nov 12, 2017

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Hi @XianxianKong ,
TableFilter does not support cellspan/rowspan, it simply skips the rows with an uneven number of cells.
The inconsistent behaviour above is not surprising. What we could do, is to add an option that lets the filtering logic parse any number of cells, however not sure about the result.
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koalyptus commented Nov 12, 2017

Hi @XianxianKong ,
TableFilter does not support cellspan/rowspan, it simply skips the rows with an uneven number of cells.
The inconsistent behaviour above is not surprising. What we could do, is to add an option that lets the filtering logic parse any number of cells, however not sure about the result.
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koalyptus Nov 30, 2017

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After investigation, decided to not support colspans/rowspans as it is not a trivial change. My advice is to use bullet points or a nested table inside a cell.
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koalyptus commented Nov 30, 2017

After investigation, decided to not support colspans/rowspans as it is not a trivial change. My advice is to use bullet points or a nested table inside a cell.
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