At 07:45 24/11/2020 -0700, Pierre Louis Boyer wrote:
Something new an that would be really great is to add implementation
for 3 (and potentially more) dimensional spreadsheets. What it would
look like :
Basically the same as a 2D spreadsheet. But by holding Alt+scrolling
with the mouse, you could change the third dimension, showing the 2D
spreadsheet of that third index.
My spreadsheet documents have this facility in that they possess
multiple sheets. I can even select multiple sheets at once, so that
any action can apply to corresponding cells on multiple sheets. In
other words, I am able to select a cell range in your third dimension.
For instance let's say the third dimensions use Greek characters.
Then by default you see the [alpha] 2D spreadsheet showing the
numbers and letters grid at that value [alpha]. You hold Alt and
scroll once and it changes to [beta] 2D spreadsheet. And so on.
How does this differ from multiple sheets labelled "alpha", "beta", and so on?
This could be really powerful. What do you think?
I think you should write the code.
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