Editing Values In-Line
Some values in StockMarketEye can be edited via the “Details” window. Others may be edited in-line (i.e. directly in the table), while some can be edited in both places.
For more information on which columns can be edited in-line, check out the "Customizable Data Columns" page.
The following sections describe the various types of in-line editing.
Numerical Value Editing
To edit a numerical value in-line, first, select the line to edit, then click on the cell of that line that you want to change. Enter the new number and press return.
If there was a value for this column that was downloaded from the data provider (such as for the “Last” or “Dividend” column) an asterisk will be displayed in the cell. You can go back to the original, unedited number by editing the value again, deleting the current value so that field is empty, then pressing return.
Predefined Value Editing
To edit a cell with predefined values, first, select the line to edit. Then click on the cell of that line. A dropdown field with the options will then be shown. Select a new option from the list.
To go back to the original, unedited value, open the dropdown again. Then select the "DEFAULT" option from the bottom of the list or the empty option at the top of the list.
Some columns that have predefined values can additionally have custom values. To edit these, first, select the line to edit, then click on the cell of that line. A dropdown field with the options will be shown. Start typing in the field (you can't delete the currently selected value in the field, but you can just start typing over it) entering your custom value. Then press return when done.
To go back to the original, non-custom value, edit the value again, selecting the “DEFAULT” option from the bottom of the dropdown list.