Simon Large wrote:
> 2009/4/29 <webpost_at_tigris.org>:
>> I am using the latest release version of Tortoise SVN (1.6.1).
>> I have noticed that when you commit if you click on "Recent Messages" at the top of the commit box to pick up an old message it pastes the message into the MessageBox area but then you can't commit because Tortoise SVN says that there are unallowable characters in the message and it won't commit. Erasing and typing the message by hand doesn't seem to fix it. The workaround seems to NEVER use "Recent Messages" button and just always type the commit message by hand.
> No-one else has reported this, so there must be something different in
> your setup. Are you using a language pack? What is the exact error
That's already fixed:
>> PLEASE FIX:
>> In the commit screen pressing ESC key closes the box without any warning. I hate that feature because I always use ESC key and it always closes on me when I least expect it. It would be nice if there was a popup saying "Do you really want to close the Commit Box?" or some option to change the key.
> Most people like that feature as it is fairly standard usage for ESC.
> What do you use ESC key for if not to close a dialog?
FYI: I had to *add* that feature on user requests, since I had this
disabled in earlier versions (ok, *very* early versions).
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Received on 2009-04-29 17:36:57 CEST