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Re: TortoiseMerge, nightly goodies

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 05 Oct 2009 19:30:18 +0200

On 05.10.2009 09:30, Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:
> I have found a couple of issues regarding the collapsing feature:
> - When switching collapse on/off the cursor stays on the same row in the
> window, not the same row in the document. If the cursor is on line 256
> in the document before collapsing, I would expect it to be on the same
> row after collapsing.

Fixed in r17362.

> - The locator bar is not updated when changing collapse from the tool
> bar, it is first updated when scrolling.

Fixed in r17361.

> - Expanding collapsed sections by double clicking doesn't seem to work
> all that well. If I have multiple sections collapsed, how do I
> re-collapse one expanded section? There is also no way (?) to expand
> collapsed rows in the begining of a file.

Re-collapsing isn't possible. Sorry, but there's no room for something
to click on anymore once a section is expanded.
But you can switch to not-collapsed and back to collapsed again.

Fixed expanding of the first section in r17363.

> - The scrollbars also seem to behave a little bit strangely in large (a
> couple of thousand rows) files with a few changes in the middle of the
> file. Collapse the file (maybe expand a section or two) and drag the
> scrollbar to see the effect.

Yes, I know.
But I don't know how to improve this yet.

Stefan

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