I never use the condition builder, but just type in the expression. That way you can double click the expression in the list and it is added to the expression your working on.
But condition builder much better than typing in the expression editor. If I miss a bracket in expression editor I have to search and close.
In condtion builder I don't have to do those exercises.
Good suggestion. We'll look at implementing that.
In the meantime, I commonly use the Conditional Builder to build up the conditional LOGIC (including all of the necessary brackets), and then come back out into the main dialog to populate the actual references to other expressions. That way, I can take advantage of either typing completion, or the MB3-Insert, or the double-click operation to insert expression names as aluminum2 has described.
Thanks again for the ER!