Pierre, I can't find infos on that one, but it might have been covered elsewhere though...
If I copy (or duplicate) an item from one grid to another, SQLNotes will gracefully add an extra value to one (or more, I guess...) field so that the item meets the other (new) grid's criteria. Right.
There are 2 cases of item duplication :
1- The item is already a child (or subitem), and, from my understanding, its parent(s) will also be shown in the new Grid even if they don't satisfy the criteria (whether I want it or not) BUT in blue
2- The item is a parent, and all its children will also be shown in the grid even if they don't meet the grid's criteria... like the previous case, except that they will just show normally --> no special color (no blue...)
If that hasn't been covered, I could add these suggestion via mantis... that there is an option to :
1- Be able to show the children not meeting the grids' criteria in blue (if that's the chosen convention)
2- Be able to show ONLY the items meeting the grid's criteria (whether these are children or parents of an item meeting the grid's criteria), and making all the others invisible... And also to be able to selectively decide to show/not show parents and/or children, depending on the grid. Why not?
Is that clearly expressed ?
Going to bed now...