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Re: [TSVN] Revision Graph navigability.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-28 13:30:11 CEST

Peter McNab wrote:

> Testing on revision 4776-26/10/2005
> The progress dialog dismisses itself on completion if a graph can be
> displayed.
> 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.

I've notice that too. But I'm not able to find out why or how I could
make the dialog dismiss even when no graph is available. :(

> Rev 4776 now zooms about the central point very nicely. Thank you very
> much indeed, my Protel drafting days revisited.

Another Protel user ;)

> 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)

Added -/+/Shift+/Shift- as accelerators in revision 4802.

> 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.

I thought I had fixed this, seems not quite :(


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