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Dear all,

As there will be Adobe Flash abandoned in LibreOffice 7.x then here is
the proposal to implement Treesheets (free and open-source app) features
in LibreOffice Calc, -especially zooming feature (CTRL+mouse scroll),
writing between cells, wrapping cells (F9), inserting new cell into cell
(Insert, CTRL+Enter), nice formatting features, etc (see references
below). There are very nice and powerful features available in
TreeSheets that are missing in LibreOffice Calc but could lift Calc onto
whole new level as nowadays big data practically requires. Also focusing
only to important part of table - well explained in video referred below.


  * main page
  * tutorial
  * when opening the app, there will be opened written tutorial with
    main features + in app folder there are more tutorials included
    (./TS/examples/ folder) that are not covered in manual or video -
    worth to look
  * intro video
  * repository

What do you think - is it feasible in LibreOffice Calc? Certainly it
won't happen overnight and probably not in 7.0 but still these features
are very powerful.

Once (already couple of years ago) I tried to file a feature request in
TDF Bugzilla but then got warning that I need to file a feature request
per feature separately and I just did not have enough time to do that. I
wanted to do a metaentry in Bugzilla and bind all other ideas together
but didn't know how to do that (haven't time to investigate and probably
also not enough rights). Creating bunch of new feature requests was too
overwhelming for me at that time.
Thank you,
Edmund Laugasson

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