Peter Mounce wrote:
>>> 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".
> I know about it, and it's not quite what I'm after.
> Perhaps it would be possible to have a setting to keep the dialogs open
> in all cases, but close automatically after a little time (and stop the
> countdown if they're interacted with)?
> I'm sorry to be so seemingly-lazy-UI-like - this whole thing is to save
> me the need to click on things to dismiss them, but keep them there if I
> find that I need them, after all. I want to be clear, though: I don't
> mean to suggest that TSVN isn't the best and most flexibly useful tool
> that I've ever had the pleasure to use (because, quite frankly, it is).
> I wish there were a button on my mouse I could map to "escape", too.
Since it's not possible for an application to check whether a user
actually is *looking* at it to determine whether he's interested in
having the dialog not close automatically, I've chosen another way:
If the user scrolls up the list control to look at stuff (so that the
last line is not visible anymore), then the dialog won't close
automatically anymore independent of the settings.
This was done in r13150.
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Received on 2008-06-06 17:49:00 CEST