I am trying to use a table that someone else created.
It's now enclosed in an expandable/collapsible wrapper.
The first row of the table are headers, so ever column header is sortable by clicking on the column header.
I tried to select (and then copy) the value of the first column in the second row, but when I clicked on it, it immediately sorted the rows (as if I clicked on the column header) rather than selecting the text. The second data row (and subsequent rows) are selectable as text (not sortable).
Is this a bug or a user error? More importantly, what can I do to make the first data row not sort when I click on a value in that row?
I'm glad you can reproduce it.
I don't understand your suggestion.
I assumed if the first column of the second row had at least header-row turned off (and perhaps header-column off too), then the text should just be normal text, and not trigger sorting.
Are you saying every time I want to copy the text I have to start editing the page?
That doesn't sound like a good solution. This really seems like a bug to me.
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