> I first tried the graph for every (!) file in that repo, and I always
> got a graph. I then realized that you probably meant 'no graph for
> trunk' ;)
Well you told me it's best to graph folders rather than files ;-) Sorry
>>>> 2. The scroll bars allow you to access an area which is much bigger
>>>> than the actual graph. Is the area known before plotting?
>>> That shouldn't happen. I really need to reproduce this...
>> Have you changed this recently? r2721 seems OK now. I was probably
>> using r2669 when I reported that. For blank graphs, there is a
>> spurious horizontal scroll bar (but no vertical).
> I haven't changed anything in the revision graph code for some time
I think maybe this only happens now with rogue graphs, blank ones or
maybe the one like Josha Foust and I have seen. BTW I can reproduce this
with the repo I sent yesterday. Graphing test2.c produces the graphs
attached. Test2.c.png is the initial picture, and Test2.c2.png is after
a zoom out and in. Looks like the boxes aren't being drawn. Maybe this
is a Win2k-related problem.
>>>> 3. Zoom in/out accelerators are missing.
>>> They're there! "+" and pageup zoom in, "-" and pagedown zoom out.
>> Not in Win2K they're not. There's no indication in the menu, and
>> pressing the keys does nothing. Actually, that's not true.
>> Pageup/down actually moves the horizontal scroll bar.
> Note: "+" and "-" are the ones on the normal keyboard, _not_ the ones
> on the numeric keypad! (maybe I should add those too...).
No, I'm using the normal ones. This is a laptop, if that makes any
Do your accelerators appear in the menu?
> Also: do just the scrollbars move? And not the graph itself?
Well the graph moves with the scrollbars of course, but it doesn't zoom,
it just pans side to side.
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