mark mcaulay wrote:
>Hi, three things that could be improved with Console Manager 0.9.4:
>1. although you can insert a column within the table, you can't add a column at the
> end of the table in
Add it somewhere else, then drag it while holding the CTRL key.
>2. it asks you whether you want to save the changes to the table structure even though
> you've already saved it using the save button.
>This is unnecessary.
No kidding. Older versions didn't do this. It's a bug that was
introduced in the latest version ( I think ).
>3. when viewing the design, it shows indexes as MUL for multiple, when there are
> indexes on only one column. It would be good to have the distinction between single and
> multiple column indexes. An example could be colour coding so you can see which index is
> on which columns.
Others have commented on this one, so I'll leave it.
I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for MySQL-CC ( or console manager, or
the application formerly known as MySQL Command Center, or whatever ) to
mature. Now that MySQLAdministrator has been released, I think the bulk
( if not all ) of development effort for GUI admin tools will follow
this product. That's not a bad decision either. MySQLAdministrator seems
to have far more features already.
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