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When clicking in the Table View area, we must be extremely careful not to accidentally change a source member name. We are used to positioning, like in the Remote Systems tree view (and Windows Explorer), by typing a few characters of the member we are searching for. However, when in the Table View and in the "Name" column then that particular member will be renamed if we type anything. We've noticed that the "Type" and "Text" columns are also input fields, which we can live with, but would rather them only be accessible by right-click and selecting the appropriate PDM option. At the very least please add a Preference flag to allow or disallow these columns as input fields (Name, Type, Text).
We like the Remote Systems connection tree and being able to navigate to the appropriate source member. But this is inconsistent when in the Table View, and most dangerous when in the "Name" column. Also, a right-click of a source member should have "option 13=Change Text" available, rather than having the "Type" and "Text" columns as input.
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