-------- Original Message --------
*Subject: *Re: Feature request: change icon at end of commit
*From: *Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
*Date: *Thu Jun 14 2012 15:00:27 GMT+0200
> On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 9:27 AM, Giuseppe Mazzotta
> <giuseppe_at_netsociety.nl> wrote:
>> Hi Hans-Emil,
>> thanks for your reply.
>> No, it's a slightly different feature. I want *occasionally* to read what
>> happened, to spot some mistake for example, but I definitively do not want
>> commits to auto-close because I would lose the answer to "what happened to
>> that commit X?"
>> We could say that adding this feature is questionable e.g. "too many
>> features", but I still think it qualifies as a feature request :)
>> Having such visual aid (colors) is - in my opinion - a great aid for people
>> used to fast reading and multitasking. Also I think many different types of
>> users would quickly pick it up thanks to associative memory.
> on Win7, the taskbar icon already shows a green progress bar.
> Once it's finished, the bar is gone and the normal icon is shown. But
> while it is running, you can see the green bar, clearly indicating an
> ongoing operation.
> If an error occurs, the taskbar icon changes to a red color.
> I think that this should be enough of an indicator.
do I need to enable some particular theme to see such green progress
bar? Because I have no Aero enabled and I cannot see any progress bar on
the taskbar icon, nor red colors on error. I see the TortoiseSVN icon
and the window text, always the same if commit fails or succeeds.
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Received on 2012-06-14 16:26:59 CEST