On 26.05.2012 13:13, Martin Bischoff wrote:
> whenever I install TSVN on a new computer, I have the "issue" that I
> don't like the default window sizes/positions and column sizes (e.g.
> windows are too small, columns too narrow, etc). It takes quite some
> time until each window is configured to match my preferences.
> Therefore, (for me at least) it would be very convenient if TSVN offered
> a function to to export and import such settings.
> Related question:
> The last time I installed TSVN, I tried to work around that problem by
> exporting/importing the following registry keys:
> - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TortoiseSVN\StatusColumns
> - HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TortoiseSVN\TortoiseProc
> Question: is this a safe approach/workaround or might this cause some
> problems (e.g. when importing settings on a PC with smaller screen, or
> using settings from a two-monitor setup on a single-monitor setup)?
First: exporting such settings won't be implemented in TSVN.
Second: yes, you can "work around" this by exporting/importing the
registry keys you mentioned. But yes, there might be problems with this
approach: this only works properly if the monitor setup and resolution
is exactly the same. If it's not, then the window/dialog positions won't
match anymore (and that's why such a 'feature' will never be implemented
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Received on 2012-06-02 02:53:05 CEST