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Re: TSVN Menu item names missing r9633 Win2k

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-04 20:39:35 CEST

Peter McNab wrote:
> Peter McNab wrote:
>> Peter McNab wrote:
>>> Hi devs
>>> Using nightly 9633 and encountered a problem.
>>> The menu item have no word, just graphics..
>>> Win2k
>>> Peter
>> Further to last.
>> Fault when right clicking in whitespace of reved folder with changed
>> folder present.
>> Menus OK if chnged folder itself is right clicked upon.
>> Peter
> Installed nightly 9652 on XP, menu text OK.
> Installed nightly 9652 on Win2k, menu text still missing where a graphic
> element precedes the text, as shown in first email on topic.
> The menus work when clicked, it's a good way to force learning of waht
> the image represents.

You could use the description text which is shown in the explorer status
bar while you hover over the menu items :)

I just spent the last three hours trying to figure this out. I have no
idea why this happens.

> The CVS mene text is still functional.

That's not quite correct: if you install TCVS on a clean Win2k machine,
it suffers from the same problem.

I think it's not because of the folder background but because for that
particular context menu, the explorer sets our menus at the very top
instead of in between other entries as in e.g. the direct folder/file
context menu. But still, I don't know why this happens.

So I 'reverted' the menu back to the same as we now use for Vista for
Win2k too. It's working now, and since we now also provide 12x12 icons
for the context menu, they don't look that ugly anymore as before when
we simply resized the 16x16 icons down to 12x12...


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