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Re: Log window "Next 100" followed by "Refresh"

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2012 18:47:38 +0100

On 11.01.2012 00:27, Craig McQueen wrote:
> With TSVN version 1.7.3 on Windows XP…
>
> If I do “Next 100” one or more times, it reads more log entries from the
> server, and displays them all. That’s fine.
>
> After that, if I click “Refresh” or press F5, it shows only the earliest
> 101 revisions (those most recently read by “Next 100”, presumably). This
> isn’t the expected behaviour, is it?
>
> “Refresh” seems to work as expected if “Next 100” was not used—it shows
> the original 100 entries, plus any new ones that have been committed
> since the log window was originally opened.

Works fine for me.
Do you have "stop on copy/rename" active and it actually stops on such a
copy?

Stefan

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