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1) I find when I'm rotating my cubic sector to always know which was is positive or negative for any axis. It might be nice to have a label or marker automatically created during generation of a sector (as an option at least) that would sit just above the point where an axis passed through the edge plane of the sector (just outside the sector) and thus the label/markers would be: +X, -X, +Y, -Y +Z, -Z. Yes, I can do this manually, but it would be a nice 'navaid' created during sector generation. (In thinking about this, it could work for spherical sectors too).
2) If subsectors are defined and the filter code can figure out what which systems are in which subsector, would it be possible to write this into a field in the DB? When in the DB, searching or editing with an external tool, it would be nice to be able to find all of the planets in a particular subsector. Right now, that's not an obviously searchable thing in the search dialog without doing some if/else logic on all 3 axes instead of just saying 'in sector Alpha' (or whatever you might have named it).
3) Would it be possible to add custom fields to subsector definitions just as we have for sector definitions?
4) With the hand, I can rotate my sector around and zoom in and out. But I think at times I'd like to be able to move the center of my sector with respect to the viewport (the display in which the sector appears). Is it possible to shift the whole sector in that view without using scripting? It would be nice to drag the whole sector.
5) It would be nice to have a 'select' menu similar to some graphics handling programs (select all, select by subsector, select by sector, select like , select none) - I know one can identify those systems in the search builder, but to be able to make all of them selected in the star display with one quick menu option would be handy.
6) I think I recall it being said there is VBScript driving some of the scripting. I have noticed some scripts will hang busy (either stuck or just being asked to do something that takes forever). It would be nice to have a button on top of the display to 'kill scripts' or 'stop scripts' or some such. I have found in the cases of scripts gone awry or being asked to do way too much, I have to use Task Manager to kill the program and I lose unsaved progress.
That's my ideas for the moment. Of course, I realize there are limits to time and effort and some of these (or all) may either not be simple or may not be desirable in Ed's eyes. But I thought they might be at least worth suggesting.