void pointer wrote:
> I personally like GMail's method of selecting a series of conversations.
> For example, at the top of the list of conversations they have this:
> *Select: All, None, Read, Unread, Starred, Unstarred*
> Right now, there is a single checkbox at the bottom of the Commit dialog
> in TortoiseSVN that is toggled on/off to select or deselect all files. I
> would like to propose a new feature that uses the GMail way of selecting
> files. Not only is this slightly more convenient, but it's more readable
> and allows for more intuitive selection patterns. For example:
> *Select: All, None, Unversioned, Versioned, Added, Deleted, Modified,
> Files, Directories*
> Of course, you might not have *so many*, but I'm listing so many to show
> the various different "select all" filters you can use by using simple
> link controls (These would not be buttons). I'm thinking this is a
> relatively easy feature to implement, at least for the "All" and "None"
> filters, since the logic that implements these is already there.
> Note, however, that the placement of the above "select all" filters
> should be directly above the list view that contains the list of files
> to commit, but below the edit box for log messages.
I like that idea!
File as issue #437:
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Received on 2009-05-13 17:47:50 CEST