At a glance, TableTools2 can help you perform different operations on tables. For example, TableTools2 sorts, filters and copies any HTML table.
Whether you're a a scientist analyzing data tables, a gamer searching for top games or a sports fan checking out stats of your favorite quarterbacks, you'll find TableTools2 very helpful in your workflow.
Take a look at the demo videos for TableTools2 at http://youtube.com/user/tabletools2 for demos where TT2 was used to help all the above situations and more.
Note: TableTools2 supersedes TableTools (T2F3) and TableSort.
TableTools2 is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
Here are some key features of "TableTools2":
· Auto-detects and sorts multiple data types (number, currency, IP address, date/time, string, alphanumeric. Even sorts images' alternative text, text inside textbox, textarea, dropdown menu ...). User can designate data types easily with context menu options.
· Supports multiple-column sort, the most requested advanced sorting feature. Icons tells you the sorting order and direction of the columns.
· Drop-down list filtering - It's like Excel's "Auto-Filter" feature, except that it's better as TableTools2 supports more data types.
· It's a combination of Excel's "Find" + "Custom-Filter" feature and definitely more!
· For "Find", it allows finding the matching values in the current column or in all columns, or the non-matching values in current column or all columns; it allows regular expressions too for advanced searching.
· For "Custom-Filter", range operations are supported ">5 | =3 & =01/01/1990 &
· Firefox 1.0 - 13.*
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed a bug that disabled filtering on tables on the 'about:support' page
· Added ca locale (thanks to jmontane at BabelZilla)
· Properly included pt-BR locale that was included in v1.16 but not enabled