Stefan Küng wrote:
> Peter McNab wrote:
>> When the graph extends horizontally beyond the extremities of the
>> viewable image size or if maximized (in my case 1024 x 768 less
>> borders and scroll bars) then it cannot be scrolled down to reveal
>> the starting node.
> I can't reproduce this here. I always can scroll down to the starting
> node. Do you have something special done in your repository?
No except it is larger than the test script repository but not nearly as
big as TSVN.
After running the repository script the resultant revision graphing was
tested on two screens of differing resolution and O/S.
On the XP 1024 x 768 screen (compac NX9040) with graph maximized on
open, when the graph is scrolled down as far as it can go only *half* of
the Rev 2 node is visible.
Hiding the task bar and repeating the process shows *all* of the Rev 2 node.
So it sort of looks like the graph is drawn relative to the total screen
size or a higher resolution screen than 1024 x 768 rather that the
application viewable area. Or maybe the scrolling applies to the
application area but not the graph area.
On the W2K workstation (1280 x 1024) the test/wc1/trunk graph can be
scrolled to the bottom when started maximized.
However by reducing the graph size to the minimum height, closing it
then re-displaying the graph of the test\wc1\trunk a similar situation
occurs, in that one cannot scroll down to the lowest node(rev2).
On a slightly larger repository even on the higher resolution screen I
cannot view the lowest levels of the repository history.
Interestingly however the TortoiseSVN\src revision graph does paint
So there might be a repo sensitivity involved. If you wish I can zip and
send you repo which gives me grief.
It's all stuff for an open source project so nothing confidential involved.
There are serious issues with the graph failing to repaint after another
form is placed over the graph then removed. Repainting does not occur
until the graph is scrolled, and generally by a noticeable distance
before the repaint starts.
>> On the laptop keyboard Ctrl or Shift + zooms one way but only Ctrl -
>> goes the other.
Rephrasing the above. Ctrl+ and Shift+ both zoom out whereas only Ctrl-
is the only combination that zooms in. (104 kbd).
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Received on Tue Oct 25 05:40:46 2005