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    Pete commented  · 

    Is there any downside to just making your first single choice item that could be selected called "None" or just spaces " " ?

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    Pete commented  · 

    Yeah I could see where that might be useful in a few use cases, especially witha tablet with more screen space.

    Not sure if it helps but I also discovered you can click on the little "column" icon in the upper left most cell of the table view and choose which columns to see, thus allowing you to narrow it down to just a couple. Then click on the column header of your lengthy field and set it's width to 400% and you've got quite a lot of room for information, though maybe still not enough if you have large chunks of text in fields.

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    I'm curious what you mean by this and how it would be different from the "Table" view already in Memento where you can see any / every field of entries next to eachother in a spreadsheet format?

    It would be nice if we could edit more of those fields in place on the table view, but that's a different problem.

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    Pete commented  · 

    Or at least the ability to "Link to Event" on your calendar. Kinda like "Link to Contact" but would connect to an existing (or new) event on the calendar.

    This could also be tied in with the "repeating reminders" request elsewhere on this website...

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    Pete commented  · 

    You can kinda do this with the "auto increment" feature in an "Integer" field. Sorta

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    Pete commented  · 

    Actually, after you setup the initial Google Drive link, you can move the sheet and folder that gets created to wherever in your Drive you'd like and the database will still sync to it properly.

    Google links docs, folders and sheets with external applications via a hidden token unique to said doc / folder / sheet, not based on the "path" of where it exists in your Google Drive.

    In fact there are no "path"s in Google Drive anyways, it's all just heirarchical tags that are displayed to look like a folder structure. You can actually have files exist in more than one folder simultaneously (hold down shift or control while "moving" a file in the move dialog) and have two files with the same "filename" in the same place.

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    Pete commented  · 

    This feature could be useful and dangerous. When does it "subtract"? How do you "restock"? how does this deal with synced libraries? This is usually done with views or more advanced query systems that full-scale databases have (server will search "orders" for individual instances that subtract or add to a specific "product"s quantity and compile that number every time the quantity of the product is requested) I think it's kinda like "journalling" in filesystems? I could be wrong. Point is that it might be outside the scope of this size / style database (Memento).

    It would be nice if the "link to entry" system did have a way to specify a "quantity" of the linked entry that could represent how many of linked product was included on a specific order in an "Orders" Library... But that could be just as bad, I really don't know much about programming a database app.