On 09/12/2007, Stefan Küng <email@example.com> wrote:
> Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> > Simon,
> > 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
> > 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
> > > 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
> > effect:
> > 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
> that bug.
> 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.
OK. I will just document the new behaviour.
> 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
> such people.
I have been wondering how to reduce the number of complaints about
known issues. At the moment that is the Vista problems in 1.4.x. How
about putting a known problems document on the sourceforge download
page. I know it's all there in the FAQ, but it's not always easy to
find your way round the FAQ - there are just to many topics, and
Drupal's search is still broken IIRC.
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Received on Sun Dec 9 21:55:15 2007