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Both input methods have their advantages. When I typed in your data for the Compact Split Box with all the blueprints, I thought: Maaan, I have to scroll endlessly through all the blueprints columns, I'm glad bps are gone now and I can collapse the columns again after this. The wider the table, the nicer our method. :-)
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Both input methods have their advantages. When I typed in your data for the Compact Split Box with all the blueprints, I thought: Maaan, I have to scroll endlessly through all the blueprint columns, I'm glad bps are gone now and I can collapse the columns again after this. The wider the table, the nicer our method. :-)
   
 
Concerning the header: You don't need the exact header cell names, you just need to know where in the row which cell is, right? Anyway, here's a little explanation how a perfect box row would be:
 
Concerning the header: You don't need the exact header cell names, you just need to know where in the row which cell is, right? Anyway, here's a little explanation how a perfect box row would be:

Latest revision as of 01:13, January 13, 2020

Both input methods have their advantages. When I typed in your data for the Compact Split Box with all the blueprints, I thought: Maaan, I have to scroll endlessly through all the blueprint columns, I'm glad bps are gone now and I can collapse the columns again after this. The wider the table, the nicer our method. :-)

Concerning the header: You don't need the exact header cell names, you just need to know where in the row which cell is, right? Anyway, here's a little explanation how a perfect box row would be:

Rows:

  • 1 – Names, exept for column A which is variable and adapts to the earliest date if rows are filtered.
  • 2–5 – Pre-calculation stuff and filters
  • 15075 – Data row (one row per box, even if it's a 1-item box)

Columns:

  • A – Date when the box was opened
  • B – Box name, exactly like in-game
  • C – Leave empty
  • D–K – Active update when the box was opened. Every new update gets a column after K. 1 in column of active update, otherwise empty.
  • D–EF – Numbers of cards in box
  • EG–EH – Leave empty
  • EI – Number of coins if box is a Coin Pack, otherwise empty
  • EJ–EQ – Leave empty
  • ER – Username of contributor. CrazyTriangle333 in your case.
  • >ER – Calculation stuff inserted later by me.
Table row 1
Table row 2
Table row 3
Table row 4
Table row 5
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