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Re: repository browser glitch and usability

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-26 20:01:38 CEST

Simon Large wrote:

>> ... but I think the real problem here is that every time you touch a
>> tree node, the repobrowser 'hangs' while it fetches the information
>> for that node. And that won't change, even if we don't expand the
>> nodes.
> I'm doing something similar in work on an embedded project, where we
> have to fetch detail information over a slow serial link. The solution
> we use is to set a timeout (half second?) when the scroll/arrow key
> operates. The highlight changes immediately, but we do the slow fetch
> part of the operation only when the timeout expires. So if hit the
> arrow several times quickly, you move the highlight without updating.
> When you stop moving, the update happens.

Implemented a timeout of 300ms in revision 9232.


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