Version 1.1.0 of my Add Sense Chrome Extension is now available in Chrome web store. This releas has two new features, one of which is pretty experimental.
Properties in patch mode
From the beginning the extension has allowed you to see properties as an object, that includes all properties. But sometimes you need properties in patch format, with the path to each property and the value. This is the format used in one of the most powerful API calls of the QIX Engine, the applyPatches call.
The list of patches you will see:
- includes all properties
- is sorted
- and can be filtered
Creating the paths for applyPatches calls is one use for it. Another is when you want to for example compare propertries of two objects, like the expressions used (are they the same??) or dimensions. In that case simply open properties for both objects, switch to patch mode and filter on what you are interested in.
Quite frequently you want to copy something from Qlik Sene and paste into a document or another program. This is hard to do. The Enable copy alternative helps you with that by simply turning on standard HTML text select. You can then select and copy text much like in a standard HTML page.
This works well in some cases, but in other it conflicts with the Qlik Sense UI and does not work at all, might even make some stuff unusable. So use it with care and do not have too high expectations.