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I have a few files where OpenShapa can't display all the cells when temporal ordering is on. For example, in one file there is a variable with 700+ cells. When temporal ordering is off, I can see all 700-some cells. When I turn temporal ordering on, it cuts off half way through cell 670. I'm not sure of the exact number, but there's around 1600-2100 cells in spreadsheet across all the variables. Another file cuts off even when the spreadsheet isn't temporally ordered (again, in a variable with a lot of cells, in a file that also has many cells).

Is there a fix or a work-around?

asked 15 Feb '12, 02:16

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The only work around is to split your OpenSHAPA file into multiple files of about 600 cells.

We have been working hard to make OpenSHAPA much more efficient to support much larger number of cells, we have development snapshots up and available (without password) at https://openshapa.org/snapshot.rb -- however they are only for the adventurous and will still be fairly flakey, so make sure you keep a backup of all your openshapa files before trying it out.

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answered 10 May '12, 09:41

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