In my testing of utilizing the spreadsheet component and starting off with for example 100 rows in the configuration options, using insert row typically seems to shift the data down (if you have anything below the cursor). It does not actually increase the number of rows in the sheet.
For example if I initialize the spreadsheet with the following info:
This will create the spreadsheet with 100 rows and columns A-Z as expected.
Now going anywhere in the sheet (or the end) and inserting a row above/or below will not add row 101, 102, 103, etc. In fact, if you are in the very last row and hit insert row below it will come up with a message regarding a possible loss of data.
A couple things I have tried:
So with that said, is it at all possible to actually add a row to the sheet as one would expect the behavior to be. This obviously still needs to call the internal functions to recalculate the ranges and data throughout the sheet; but somehow re-fresh or re-render the UI component (just calling render again doesn't fix it).
I appreciate your help with this.