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Re: RE: Tortoise-with-link icon

From: Slarge <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2006-02-17 23:55:17 CET
('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) On Fri Feb 17 7:34 , Lübbe Onken <l.onken@rac.de> sent:

>Simon Large wrote:
>> Just looked at the new context menu icons which help with multiple
>> TortoiseSVN entries in explorer menus. They look great, but
>> it took me a
>> while to work out that the 'infinity' sign actually means
>> link. Could we
>> use something more like the standard Windows shortcut arrow?
>I would have done that, but I just re-used the original icon, because I
>couldn't make windows show display this icon.

I just meant using some sort of arrow instead of the 'oo' symbol. Of course you
should keep the tortoise :-)

>> BTW. If you select a shortcut within a versioned folder, you get 3
>> entries in the explorer file menu (folder, shortcut and target file).
>> Those icons *really* help in that case :-)
>If I get you right the production recipe is to version a shortcut? I didn't
>see the icon on unversioned shortcuts. I'll try and see what I can do.

Correct. I svn-added the shortcut. You also get 3 entries on an unversioned
shortcut in an unversioned folder. (these are in the explorer file menu, not the
context menu) And you get that icon when you right click on any shortcut in the
startmenu. But I'm not reporting a problem, just saying that those new icons make
life easier.


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