> > * There are no column headings
> That would require another window on top of the left info view and the
> file contents view. A little much work for just showing the headings
> which should be clear anyway (I mean, nobody would confuse e.g. the
> revision numbers with line numbers, or dates with authors, ...)
No, but even the text file has a line of headings at the top, just so you
get the idea to start with. Don't forget that TBlame is now the default
display for blames, so it might not be so obvious to a new user.
> > * Now this is a separate app rather than just a text file, it might be
> > better to put some of that information in a status bar so there is more
> > space for the file itself. Maybe show the revision, author and file
> > in the main window, and put the line number, date/time and revision
> > in the status bar. That would work around the disappearing hint problem
> > well.
> And when should the statusbar show that information? When the
> mousepointer is over the revision? When the revision is selected?
I was thinking just when the mouse is over the revision, same way as the
colourisation & hints work. With a wheel mouse it is easy to scroll down and
hover over the line you want.
I just noticed if I click on the info the colourization changes and its not
quite clear what it means then.
> > * The down side to having info in a status bar is that there would be no
> > to do a printout with line numbers, dates, etc. Of course you could
> > use the plain text version for that purpose. To make that easier, maybe
> > option for Text/TortoiseBlame selection should be in the Blame From/To
> > dialog instead of the TSVN settings.
> I don't really plan to implement printing of the blames. A printout of
> sourcecode looks really ugly with all the line breaks...
No, I was actually suggesting it would be better to use a text editor on the
plain text file if you really want to print. That's why I suggested making
it easier to switch between TBlame and TextFile.
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Received on Sat Sep 11 20:15:38 2004