Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> On 09/12/2007, *Simon Large* <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> On 09/12/2007, Jean-Marc van Leerdam <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> > Just in case you get bored with other stuff ;-) I have a small
> > When showing the context menu with the folder view active, there are
> > different icons form the ones shown when the folder view is not
> > (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,
> > 22:35:15
> The ones that work are the real butt-ugly ones :-(
> Yes, but in that same window, the context menu on files and folders
> shows nice icons...?!?
> So there is a difference between the way the context menu for the
> background is drawn and the way it is drawn for files with the following
> with file tree view: file context menu OK, background context menu nice
> icons but no text
> without file tree view: file context menu OK, background context menu
> ugly icons with text
You can argue if you like, but I won't do anything about this. Seriously.
It's obviously a bug in Win2k on context menus shown for the folder
background (in all other OS and menus it works). That means whatever we
try, we would never know for sure that we really worked correctly around
Yes, the menu icons are different. But there's no way for the context
menu handler to know for whether it was started for the folder
background or the folder itself, at least now without implementing a
*separate* context menu handler specific for folder backgrounds.
And concerning the annoying BUG!!! reports: I've set up a mail filter to
move all mails which have more than one exclamation point directly to
the trash folder. I simply don't have the energy anymore to deal with
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Received on Sun Dec 9 20:28:43 2007