Peter Mounce wrote:
>> 2008/6/5 Peter Mounce
>>> Maybe. Except that for LAN operations, the dialog is there long
>>> enough to notice I want to look at something, but not long enough for
>>> me to click on something the size of a checkbox.
>> If you need to look at the progress dialog to notice things that might
>> subsequently disappear on auto-close, then you have selected the wrong
>> level of auto-close :-)
> No no; _usually_, I just want the dialog to go away. But if it's there
> out of the corner of my eye and I happen to notice something (like, on
> an update, "oh, why did _that_ file change? oh, shiny, why did _that_
> one change too? i've forgotten the first file I wanted to look at now; I
> wish I could double-click on an in-progress update-window that I've
> back-scrolled in!")... ;-)
> I've got enough monitor space that TSVN dialogs are in a consistent
> space of their own, and rarely are underneath things.
Settings dialog, Saved Data, Action Log, click "Show".
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Received on 2008-06-05 18:09:03 CEST