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Re: Suggestions

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2010 19:57:49 +0100

On 16.03.2010 16:05, Damian Powell wrote:
> Hello TSVN Devs,
> I almost never make any criticism of your fine work, but I'm afraid I
> have to say that this (http://twitpic.com/18y3sn) is rather ugly! I know
> it's tempting to use glass but it actually makes the UI harder to read
> and it makes it more obvious that some dialogs have larger borders to
> 'show off' the glass, and others don't. I can't believe that I'm going
> to say this, but can we have the battleship grey back, please?

Settings->General, uncheck "Use Aero dialogs".

> Some other things I've wanted to get off my chest for a while include:
> - Could you please make Overlays work consistently on Win 7 x64? (they
> hardly ever show up at all on my machine, even after uninstalling all
> TortoiseXxx packages, rebooting, removing all related (non-default)
> registry entries, installing, and rebooting.

We're trying.

> - Or maybe have a *single* instance of TSVNCache rather than one for
> x86 and another for x64.

Could *maybe* be done, but the x64 and win32 versions use the same
struct, but due to the different word lengths those structs actually
have different sizes.

> - How about making TSVN (or more likely TSVNCache) recognise that a WC
> on a path containing a junction is actually the same as another WC on a
> path *without* a junction. Just sayin'...

Tell that the svn guys (or better: the apr guys).


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