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Posted by: eX0du5
« on: 07 January 2014, 22:23:22 »

For clarification how both options would work:

Option 1:
Create a search and trigger the search. Adjust the columns to fit to the search. Save the form data as usual and get the selected columns saved as well.
Open the search page again -> default columns are displayed
Load the previously saved form data -> columns are displayed as they were defined during the save

Option 2:
Create a search and trigger the search. Adjust the columns to fit to the search. Save the form data as usual and get the selected columns saved as well.
Open the search page again -> still the columns of the previous search are displayed
Load the previously saved form data -> columns are displayed as they were defined during the save
You cannot reset to the default columns displayed except by deleting the cookie.

I would prefer option 1 but would like to get your ideas about this as well. So leave a comment if you like.