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Re: Progress animation

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-08-10 00:09:07 CEST

On 09/08/2007, Nick Gilbert <nick@x-rm.com> wrote:
> >> OK I'm confused. You just said "We're not talking about progress bars".
> >
> > Yes, we are not talking about progress bars but progress animations.
> > For example, when you open the log dialog, then select a file from the
> > changed-files-list at the botton, right-click and choose "open" or
> > doubleclick on it, TSVN has to fetch that file. It will show a small
> > dialog with a progress animation during that time.
> > That dialog also has a progress bar, but that's not what we're talking
> > about here. We're talking about the animation that is shown in that dialog.
>
> Do you mean like the one I've attached? If so, it only appears for a
> fraction of a second and I don't really get time to see any animation.
> Either my shiny new computer is too fast, or there aren't enough
> revisions in my working copy :)

No. Progress is the wrong word to describe it. When you copy 300MB to
your USB stick you get an animation with sheets of paper flying from
one folder to another. Stefan has made up a similar animation with a
Tortoise flying from one folder to another.

Simon

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