Are you using the latest build?
In fixing the CPU utilisation bug (idle was using from 5-10%, now 0%), this was an unfortunate consequence. It is fixed in the latest build.
OK, it's fixed in the latest build. But now I'm confused because I'm having a problem similar to the problems I had when I first started using SQLNotes. When I first started using it to catalog my favorite music artists, I made a separate grid for each artist (One for Atlanta Rhythm Section, and another for Gene Harris). Then, I figured what's the point of separate grids, so I combined them by renaming one of the grids to "Music" and checking the box for the other artist's grid to be "on" in the "Music" grid. Then, I deleted the artist grids in the grid manager because I don't need them anymore.
Now, I have a grid display problem. Initially, it was fine because the hierarchy was set up like the following:
But now I go back, and all the songs are at the top-level, as well as the sub-levels. But the grid options are fine and changing them around doesn't really do anything. I have both Hierarchy and Context Parents off, which is what I want so the sub-items won't show as top-level items.
I think the problem is this, and I brought it up once before. If I create a grid, an "on/off" checkbox is automatically created with the same name as the grid. This is what determines what items will be shown in the grid. Now, let's say I rename the grid later...does that checkbox field get renamed also? It doesn't seem like it does. I renamed "ARS" to "Music", but the ARS field is still there, but there is no "Music" field. Furthermore, let's say I delete a grid. Now what happens to that checkbox? This is not as confusing a problem...the user just has to remember that he once had a grid called whatever it was. The renaming is where the problem arises.
I think that there needs to be a more sophisticated way to manage those checkboxes so that they are synchronized with renaming grids, deleting grids, combining grids, etc. I don't know how to do this...I may even be way off in my assumptions here. But that's what I think I've seen so far.