When entering numeric data into the edit field for a selection of multiple rows, it is possible to have the value automatically incremented, decremented, or offset for each row. This will only work when the data is purely a number.
Using the + character you can increment the value.
If the + character is after the number i.e. 1+2, this will set the first selected row to one then increment the value by two for each subsequent row.
If there is no increment value i.e. 1+, then it will increment by one.
For fields that support numeric values with decimal places i.e. Location X, you can use increment values with decimal places i.e. 1+0.1.
All the same rules apply as incrementing except the the – character is used in place of the + character.
If ++ characters are before the number i.e. ++10, it will offset the values in the selected rows by the number after the ++ characters. In this case, it will add 10 to the value in each row.
-- characters can be also be used to offset the value by subtracting the value after the
Example with 5 rows/fixtures selected:
|Rows Before||1+||1+2||++10||Rows Before||1-||1-2||
Currently the columns that support incrementing, decrementing and offsetting are Channel, Fixture Number, Unit Number, Location X, Location Y, Location Z, Repeater Port, Circuit and Multicore Way.