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Re: SV: Re: AW: Minor feature request: move "Get Lock..." up in context menu for file with needs-lock

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-19 20:35:44 CEST

Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:

> What I understand it would be a quite big change if we want to change
> anything in the way the "Look and Feel" dialog works. I think it will
> eventually be necessary as SVN grows, but when the time comes I think we
> should add multiple levels of sub-menus as a first step.
> However I think it could be reasonable to add an exception for the lock
> (without changing how Look and Feel works). As both you and Maurice has
> pointed out, Get Lock is absolutely the most needed operation for files
> that needs lock, but at the same time (hopefully) the least needed
> operation for files without this property.
> I do not know how readily available the needs-lock status is in the
> Shell-extension, but assuming that we can get that information fast, a
> possible implementation could look something like this:
> Add a check box to the Look and Feel dialog with a text something like
> "Promote Get Lock on files that need locks". A new registry key is added
> to the registry indicating if this checkbox is checked or not. In the
> shell cache, a check is added (where the context menu is created), that
> will move "Get Lock" to the top level if both the file(s) selected need
> locks and the reg-key is true.

There's already issue #261. Maybe you can add some comments there:

Something about also configuring the condition on when the menu is shown
and where under which condition.


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