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Table Design (part II)

Posted 17 October 2013 - 02:17 AM

Hi,

Iím calling for help with another layout problem. I have a table (in fact, several tables) which are used for editing some named properties: change the value, add/remove options (string values). my problems is with adding/removing options. the range of allowed options is 0-3 and there is a variable number (0-10) of default options per property in addition to the possibility to define custom options. the current table row layout is shown below (column 1: property name, column 2: text box for custom option and an add-button, column 3: number field for the property value, column 2 spans approx. 50% of the page width).
my requirement is that the table row must not use more than 1 line (otherwise the page becomes too long to scroll sensibly (with ~100 properties listed).

Now I would like to somehow have the possibility to not only show the custom option textbox, but to also provide the default options. So, do you have any ideas how to do that?

schema 1: current table row layout
+--------------+----------------------------------+-------------+
|              | +----------+  -----              | +---------+ |
|    [name]    | | [option] | | add |             | | [value] | |
|              | +----------+  -----              | +---------+ |
+--------------+----------------------------------+-------------+



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