Re: [TSVN] Revision Graph navigability.
Stefan Küng wrote:
> Peter McNab wrote:
>> 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
> Can you try the next nightly build please? (rev >= 4766).
> If it still happens, I'd be happy to get a zipped copy of your
>> Rephrasing the above. Ctrl+ and Shift+ both zoom out whereas only
>> Ctrl- is the only combination that zooms in. (104 kbd).
> Added Ctrl+Shift+- in revision 4767.
Testing on revision 4776-26/10/2005
The progress dialog dismisses itself on completion if a graph can be
If the Graph text says "No graph available" the progress dialog does not
dismiss until the mouse is clicked elsewhere or is passed over the dialog.
Rev 4776 now zooms about the central point very nicely. Thank you very
much indeed, my Protel drafting days revisited.
The graph now repaints itself when its covered then uncovered.
The graph can be maximizes and restored without problems.
The troublesome repo now paints all the way to the bottom.
Ctrl- is still the keyboard only combination that zooms out. (104 kbd).
For consistency maybe shift+ for zoom in should be removed or Shift-
added for zoom out. (open to veto or discussion)
Just one new anomaly.
On initial paint of the troublesome repo there are some boxes not drawn
between the completed interconnect lines.
Zooming out 1 step is sufficient to have the missing boxes fully painted.
Similarly, by scrolling up there is a definitive point above which the
graph paints OK and below which the graph reverts to missing boxes.
See .pngs and note the vertical scrollbar position.
On a larger repo it takes about 4 zoom outs before the graph paints
Graphing svn\src paints OK so I will attach the smaller of the
troublesome repos for you own diagnosis.
Note. The graph referenced above is of a checkout of the trunk of the
Received on Wed Oct 26 04:03:40 2005
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