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Re: A small list of minor issues

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 17:23:06 +0200

Now running the latest nightly.
>> 1.) The result window shown after an update operation will default to
>> closing when pressing enter.
>>Would it be posible to keep
>> close on enter the default action, but only until an item in the list
>> has been selected, then diffing/editing the conflict could be the default.
> Done in r17187.
Now for me enter never closes the dialog. (At least not until i have manually tabbed the foxus to the OK button.) I think it would be good if enter was the default until you click somewhere in the list, thereby changing the focus.

>> 2.) In the repo browser, if I click just a few pixels to the left of the
>> folder list control (on the left), the control collapses and looks a bit
>> strange. It is possible to restore it as normal by dragging the divider.
> Fixed in r17188.
Looks good now!

>> 3.) I checked out a folder using depth "Immediate children, including
>> folders".
>> However, the "Update to revision" command is
>> not avaliable. Would it be possible to add it?
> This works just fine for me.
>> 4.) I have a folder in my WC that contains a number of files and sub
>> directories.
>> I would
>> expect to be able to select all files/folders and the right drag them to
>> the new folder and select "SVN Move versioned item(s) here", but the
>> choice is not avaliable.
> Works for me too.
Works for me as well in the latest nightly. Must have gotten a bad nightly?? :-/ Anyway, works as expected now. Sorry for the goose chase.
>> 5.) The "Commit to:" text label does not make use of the entire width of
>> the commit dialog. Would it be possible to resize the label to the full
>> with of the window? (For us with looooong paths.....)
> Extended the width in r17189.

The path does still not use the entire width of the window, wich makes it look slightly strange when the path gets cut of out of nowhere. Hmm... Maybe shorten paths in a "smart" way? (For example by removing a part in the middle.) That would be good if we could use that here. We are already doing it somewhere in the new revision graph if I'm not mistaken?


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