Joanne Thomas wrote:
> In the "Check for Modifications" window, I added the ModificationDate
> column in second position, immediately after the first column Path.
> Then I dragged Path to after ModificationDate, to give me the column
> order: ModificationDate, Path, etc.. I clicked OK. I had no other
> Tortoise dialogs open at the time.
> When I re-opened the same window, the column sequence had not been
> saved. Path was still first, with ModificationDate second. I would
> have expected it to retain my column order preference -
> ModificationDate, Path, etc..
> I tried the same steps again and it still didn't work. So the next
> time, after putting ModificationDate before Path I also dragged the
> TextStatus column in front of Path as well, to give me:
> ModificationDate, TextStatus, Path, etc.. I clicked OK.
> When I re-opened the same window, the column sequence was
> ModificationDate, Path, TextStatus, etc.. I would have expected it to
> retain my column order preference - ModificationDate, TextStatus, Path,
> etc.. It is as if it recognises one less column movement than has
> actually occurred.
Thanks for the detailed report.
Fixed in r17720.
> This may or not be related: I sorted by ModificationDate and clicked
> OK. When I came back in the window was sorted by Path. I would expect
> it to retain my sorting preference. (Perhaps these issues are specific
> to the relatively new ModificationDate column?)
The sort order isn't saved at all. And I'm not sure it should.
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Received on 2009-11-20 20:48:03 CET