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[TSVN] Re: File Menu items related to TSVN sort of disappear in Explorer

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-04 12:46:18 CEST

"Roland Erbs" wrote
> In Explorer the File menu items related to TSVN sort of disappear if you
> the following:
> - run Explorer
> - select File menu-item
> - In the File menu, select TortoiseSVN then select Repo-Browser
> - Enter a URL, click Ok (or Cancel and skip next step)
> - Exit the Repo-Browser
> - select File menu-item
> Now the TSVN menus have more or less disappeared: The menuitems are blank
> and if you select them nothing happens.
> If you exit Explorer and run a new Explorer, the menuitems appear again.
> My OS is Windows2000, version 5.0 (Build 2195, Service Pack 4)
> TSVN is version 1.0.8, build 1430, UNICODE.

I can reproduce this too, same Windows version using TSVN 1.1.0

This only happens from the explorer file menu, not the context menu, and
only if the WC is selected in the left pane, not the right pane. Just to
flesh out the details, my file menu originally contained:

Commit ...
Show log
TortoiseSVN >
New >

After Commit or using Repo-browser (and probably anything else) it looks
like this:
TortoiseSVN >
New >

And there are no icons in the menu. The TortoiseSVN submenu is also blank.

I have noticed that the left pane is less well behaved than the right
before. The icon overlays in the left pane do not always update correctly,
even after pressing F5. Having said that, the left pane seems rather buggy
anyway: sometimes you get trees which will not collapse because the [-] is
missing. So at least some of this may be due to Micro$oft.


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Received on Mon Oct 4 13:59:32 2004

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