On 09/12/2007, Jean-Marc van Leerdam <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> On 07/12/2007, Stefan Küng <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > While I could try for hours to get the icons back on Win2k to work
> > around that bug (the fact that it only happens on the context menu for
> > folder backgrounds and only if the tree view is enabled strongly
> > suggests that this is a bug in Win2k), I think we should just leave it
> > like it is now.
> That is fine with me, even though it keeps you wondering...
> Just in case you get bored with other stuff ;-) I have a small observation:
> When showing the context menu with the folder view active, there are
> different icons form the ones shown when the folder view is not active
> (single pane view, or with search pane active). See attached screen shots.
> Perhaps that is a hint to where the real problem lies...
> I am still using TortoiseSVN 1.4.99, Build 11512 - 32 Bit -dev, 2007/12/03
The ones that work are the real butt-ugly ones :-(
This was working with nice icons up until the point where the icon
display code got changed for Vista. That work was done by Adam
Strzelecki and the relevant mails are here:
He does indeed point out bugs found in Win2K, although I thought they
had been worked around. Maybe the workaround is missing for the folder
I don't know how many people are still using Win2K. I am using it a
lot less now, and there are very few people on the dev list who do.
But when we release 1.5.0 there will be much greater exposure and this
may be seen as a regression. Personally I don't mind too much if Win2K
reverts to text only - better than no text at all. If it is a lot of
work to debug, there are certainly more important things to look at.
But there may be be a backlash later and some "BUG!!!!!" reports ;-)
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