Loads Grid 📺


0:01: Updated loads grid for faster editing and added sorting capabilities.

0:06: Users can now use a new in line edit feature to edit the load directly from the grid in lieu of editing the load by opening the dialogue.

0:17: Users can also sort loads by column.

0:21: In my example, I have a simple joist with every load type on the member.

0:25: When you hover along the row, you will see what can be in line edited via the grid.

0:31: When a pencil icon appears description, reference start and end locations, location on the beam top front or back and value, I will edit a couple of values.

0:47: As an example, you can hover over the description, click on the pencil and then type in or change the current description.

0:54: You can click out or push enter to save the changes.

0:58: Some of the cells will have predetermined values to choose from and will bring up a drop down menu to make your selections here.

1:06: Reference can change from left to right.

1:08: Some load types will allow you to change the location field.

1:13: You can also go to the value column and enter an exact value to change or use the drop down to select which predetermined value you can use length values can be changed with the standard foot inch 16th F I S inputs as well as decimal feet or feet and inches input.

1:37: The loads grid can now be sorted by any column in the grid.

1:41: If you are looking for a load at the end of the member or a load with the highest value, you can sort by that respective column.

1:48: You can also filter by selecting the hamburger menu in the column and then checking or uncheck items in the column.

1:58: Sorting the value column will use the highest or lowest number in that individual load type.

2:03: In my example, the smallest load is tag one since it has the smallest load value in it.

2:09: And the last load tag three has the highest load value in it.

2:15: Thanks again for watching and let us know if you have any additional questions.

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