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Re: Updated roadmap of ParamQuery
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2019, 04:34:56 pm »
Oh..! That's really sounds good.

Because we have a requirement to export images along with the data in our project. 

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Re: Updated roadmap of ParamQuery
« Reply #16 on: May 04, 2020, 08:58:02 am »
Import / export of images is supported since v7.2


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Re: Roadmap of ParamQuery
« Reply #17 on: May 22, 2024, 06:23:42 pm »
I have been using ParamQuery for a long time and present the features on this page to the user as a pop-up modal on all my grid screens.

I save the user's column sorting, widths, grid properties, and pagination changes to localStorage.

At startup, I load it from localStorage with the following code. I think it can be presented as a "settings button" as a standard, similar to a "collapsible button".

I am currently working on enabling the ability to save and select multiple localStorage records.

Just a suggestion.

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var filterModel = state.filterModel || {};
this.option('filterModel.header', filterModel.header);
this.option('filterModel.on', filterModel.on);
this.option('filterModel.menuIcon', filterModel.menuIcon);
this.option('filterModel.gridOptions', filterModel.gridOptions);
this.option('filterModel.timeout', filterModel.timeout);
this.option('filterModel.type', filterModel.type);

var pageModel = state.pageModel || {};
this.option('pageModel.rPP', pageModel.rPP);
this.option('menuIcon', state.menuIcon);
this.option('columnBorders', state.columnBorders);
this.option('rowBorders', state.rowBorders);
this.option('numberCell', state.numberCell);

this.loadState({state:state,refresh: true });