From: Springfield, IL
Hey Glenn, I'm glad you like the editor!
In response to your questions/requests, let me just make sure I know what you're asking for because I think you can already do what you want.
quote:I'm not sure what you're asking for, but you can already sort by every rating, height, weight, age, years pro, and team and position. To do what you want to do (I think) can already be done. Use the "Advanced Filter" Option. Let's say you want to do a search of QB's with accuracy of at least 80 and then strength of at least 50. Make sure you have the position set to "Quartbacks." Then, just set Pass Accuracy "is greater than or equal to" 80 and set Strength "is greater than or equal to" 50. When you hit the "re-apply filter" button it will only display QBs with at least 80 Pass Accuracy and at least 50 Strnegth. Is that what you're wanting?
On the player search, I would love if we could sort by one thing, then by another (so, for example, sort the QBs first by pass accuracy, then by pass strength [making my desired draft prospects easier to sort]).
quote:I did both of those things intentionally, but I can fix that in the future. The reason I did that is because I only included the actual headings that are in the "Players" table in a league database file. "Overall" is not one of them. I made up my own formulas for "Overall" ratings. Also, the ratings are actualy called "R1," R2," etc... so that's why I did that. But, In future versions I will try and remember to include the overall rating in exported files and include the name of the rating.
Also, when exporting the roster, the overall rating does not appear, and the category headings are labelled by R1, R2, etc rather than Speed, Strength, etc.
I hope this helps. And, I'm glad you're liking the editor!