Tables in Event Form Enhancements: including a new position for the "Add Row" button

1.a Previously, adding in a new row to an existing table with data in it used to hide any numeric field with a unit (e.g. a kg or sec unit) on it when you were entering in new data (as shown in the image in the step below)

1.a Previously, adding in a new row to an existing table with data in it used to hide any numeric field with a unit (e.g. a kg or sec unit) on it when you were entering in new data (as shown in the image in the step below)

1.b The table number columns with a unit or a duration field would disappear in the table when you entered in a new row (even though they were actually entered and when you saved the form they would appear)

1.b The table number columns with a unit or a duration field would disappear in the table when you entered in a new row (even though they were actually entered and when you saved the form they would appear)

1.c Now, when you add in a new row, the numbers are not hidden. This glitch has been resolved for Event Forms and Profile Forms

1.c Now, when you add in a new row, the numbers are not hidden. This glitch has been resolved for Event Forms and Profile Forms

2.a Previously, the Add Row button used to be positioned on the right of the Table and then you had to click in the first cell to start entering data into the new row.

2.a Previously, the Add Row button used to be positioned on the right of the Table and then you had to click in the first cell to start entering data into the new row.

The "Add row" is on the right of the Table and you have to click to add in a row and then click in the first cell to enter the date into the new row.  

2.b Now the Add Row for a Table appears on the bottom left of the table (not on the far right of the page) and it automatically opens the first cell in the new row to enable faster entry.

2.b Now the Add Row for a Table appears on the bottom left of the table (not on the far right of the page) and it automatically opens the first cell in the new row to enable faster entry.

The Add Row (named Assessment here) button is below the Table now.

2.c Click to add a new row into the table and the first cell in that row opens automatically

2.c Click to add a new row into the table and the first cell in that row opens automatically

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