@Tomislav_Mamic @Xyzor_Max — yep, that’s the alert you would get when you repeatedly click on a column with a formula in it. Coda thinks you’re trying to edit the value and tells you that it’s a formula, not an editable value.
Even if it’s a
Button(), which is meant to be clicked… but not meant to be used, since it’s a hidden experimental formula that each of us uses at our own risk
I couldn’t find the way to prevent the Button() from bubbling click events (so that Coda wouldn’t capture those), but one fun workaround is to… not make the column containing the Button() a formula
It’s a limited workaround though because it saves the button’s state into a cell at the moment, and the button then cannot respond to any changes (badge, label, color etc) unless something else in the doc updates that cell value once again. You basically have to redraw that button / line of buttons yourself.