Did anything get done about this? I don't see it in the changelog or
issue tracker - will I just have to hope my graphics drivers improve?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Mounce
> Sent: 21 June 2005 16:02
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: Bug: Merge, show log having changed screen resolution
> Hi all
> Using v1.2.0-release on WinXPsp2.
> My display drivers are pants. They're for an intel
> integrated chipset of some sort. I run an extended desktop
> across two monitors. It regularly forgets the settings. Anyway...
> Today, when I booted, my second monitor was set to 640x480.
> I reset it to its normal 1024x768. I also reset it's
> relative position to the main monitor, by moving it down a bit.
> I later did a merge, and whenever I clicked on show log for
> the from: or to: revision boxes, the log window appeared out
> of the top of the display area - I'd only see the bottom two
> thirds or so of the form. So I would, each time, have to
> right-click its taskbar icon, remember to use the arrow keys
> to move it back down, and do stuff.
> I assume this is because the dialog was remembering where it
> had displayed on the pre-reset second display...?
> Can this please be changed such that either:
> a) the dialog remembers its last position when OK or cancel
> or whatever-dismissal-event happens, and opens at its last
> position subsequently? This assumes the user puts it where
> he wants it the first time, and it will open there again later.
> b) the dialog puts its top-left corner at the top-left of the
> screen that it's displaying on, _if_ a check determines that
> it's higher or to the left of that origin when it opens.
> Ideally, it would resize itself to the maximum size of the
> screen if it was previously trying to be bigger (but on a
> per-dimension basis).
> I don't know if this is the only dialog affected by this
> behaviour - is it different because revision-number-picker
> log windows are modal?
> Peter Mounce
> IML Ltd
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