-When a SQLTag Value is not selected and you double-click on it to enter/edit the value in the Designer, the cursor is inserted to the left of the value of numbers (or where the double-click occurred, in the case of strings).
-If the value is selected–but has not been double-clicked, the behavior is the same.
-If, after double-clicking the value so it is editable, you double-click it again, the whole value is selected.
This means that to select a value and replace it, before typing you have to either:
- Double-click the value twice (two double-clicks)
- Double-click the value, and then click and drag to select it
- Click OR double-click the value, type in the new value, and the press delete until the old value to the right is removed.
All of the options seem a little obtuse and unnecessarily lengthy. I may be missing something, but they also all feel rather non-standard to me.
Double-click on a value in SQLTags browser should select the entire value (so typing anything after double-click would replace the current value).
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