I was doing some work over the weekend, and suddenly I had a submenu for the Box item in the toolbar. I don't remember everything that it included, but there was a Table, a Note, a Tooltip, and a couple other items, but today it's not there. What's going on with that?
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I'm trying to get content populated from a Google Sheet, as shown in the documentation. It's kind of working, but I'm having trouble getting the rows of data to populate in the right order. It seems to populate items in a completely random order, and when I refresh the data, it changes the order randomly. Is there a way to force the order to be consistent with the Google Sheet?
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I've been using UXPin for about a year and a half, and while I like it, I'm concerned about the lack of updates in the product, especially given some of the gaps I see, like a decent table tool, lack of autosizing items based on text content, etc. It's also concerning that the community here isn't nearly as active as I'd expect for a tool in widespread use.
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