The only one that seems maintained is the last, which adds CSS-style style tags to some BBC code elements. I'm not sure how many people are going to be able to use it. Also, it doesn't seem to be compatible with the latest point release.
PANTS!: What are you trying to accomplish? If you could offer a couple of examples it might help us evaluate the issue.
CAVEAT: Sp far, this is just me talking here - but I think HighPockets has similar frustrations. I can not say how he, or anyone else, would detail the exact issue however. So y'all speak up!
There are two main problems I have with presenting tabular data right now.
I really want a better way to visually present the data
- It has limited formatting options (no borders, no formatting at the table level, Spacing issues, etc) which makes the data confusing
- There are some hacks to work around, but they are very time intensive, error prone, confusing to implement, and still only marginally improve visual presentation of tabular data.
- In general the edit options for tables is unworkable beyond 5 columns or 5 rows. It gets way too cluttered and confusing and hard to track.
, a better way to post / edit the data
, and maybe the ability to sort the data - if possible. I mean, ideally, an excel (or similar spreadsheet) plug in would be the bee knees but I know that's a huge ask. But if we could show graphs based off data..... OK That's probably another topic.
I like the way ISF present their tables. If you can, go to the link I supplied, as the data is sortable, but if you can't here are some images. Notice the second is sorted by player.
As far as the editor goes - on the IDF it is not the best option, but it is pipe delimited within the table tag, cutting down significantly on the tag clutter, and making editing the post at least possible, albeit still difficult.
That said, I am not wedded to the ISF solution - at all. I am wide open on this, so long as the solution moves us towards meeting the two criteria laid out above.