Lübbe Onken wrote:
>> I raised the issue
>>couple of weeks ago. Stefan Küng cited l10n problems as one
>>reason for not
>>implementing them (actually, removing them).
> What is the problem with l10n? Would that mean that the same keyboard
> shortcut like 'C' for Checkout would have to be used in each language? Then
> I can understand not implementing shortcuts.
It's a little worse than that actually (depending on the OS version).
If we define e.g. &Checkout and then the user switches to german, the
'C' will be active even though the menu now has &Auschecken. At least,
until you reboot.
Also, when we first *had* those shortcuts, many users complained that
their default shortcuts were now suddenly used twice (and I remember
some very nasty insults in my direction from some of those people).
So you see: if I implement the shortcuts, I get slammed from those who
don't like shortcuts doubled (something which we can't avoid 100%). If I
don't, you guys complain.
(The song I'm listening to right now may be the most fitting to this
situation ;) "EAV - Leckt's mi do am oarsch"
> Would it make sense to add some default groups and allow people to freely
> move entries between groups. I suggest six groups, 0 being the windows
> context menu and 1 the current TSVN menu.
> 0) Windows context menu
> 1) TSVN -> (Help, Settings, About)
> 2) TSVN -> "Working copy" -> (Cleanup, Branch / Tag, Switch, Merge,
> Relocate, Export)
Ick! "Working copy"??
I can also check out a working copy, update, revert, ....
Almost *everything* in TSVN is working copy related.
> 3) TSVN -> "File/Folder" -> (Update, Commit, Diff, Revert, Rename, Delete,
> Add, Ignore, Update, Update to revision, Get Lock, Release Lock)
And again 12 entries...
> 4) TSVN -> "Information" -> (Show Log, Annotate, Check for modifications,
> Repository Browser, Revision Graph)
"Diff" would also be an information.
> 5) TSVN -> "Others" -> (Create Patch, Apply Patch)
> Did I forget any? This is an obviously debatable suggestion, but it's a
> suggestion. This is by no means the default layout that I'd suggest to ship
> with TortoiseSVN, just an idea how entries could be grouped. The default
> layout could have Update, Commit and Diff in Group 1. What do others think?
> Could be nice, but maybe it's not worth the effort.
Just FYI: such a change is not done right away. This requires a big
change to how the shell extension now handles the context menu.
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Received on Tue Sep 27 19:49:59 2005