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Re: TortoiseMerge nightly (Was: build crash)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 May 2011 10:59:11 +0200

On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 10:03, Hans-Emil Skogh
<Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se> wrote:
>>>>> - When the window is resized the divider is reset to the center
>>>>> position. I would expect the divider to keep its relative position
>>>>> (e.g. one third to the left) even when the window is resized.
> ...
>>> It seems like the re-positioning of the divider lags one step behind
>>> the actual resizing. Try making the window smaller, then larger, and
>>> then larger again, and notice the movement of the divider. :-)
>> And what should I notice? Works perfectly fine for me.
>> So what doesn't work?
> I'll try to explain what happens step by step, on a newly opened non-maximised TortoiseMerge window (E=Expected behavior, A=Actual behavior):
> 1.) Window is made smaller
>  - E: Divider should move to the left
>  - A: Divider does not move
> 2.) Window is made larger
>  - E: Divider should move to the right
>  - A: Divider moves to the left
> 3.) Window is made larger
>  - E: Divider should move to the right
>  - A: Divider moves to the right
> ...and so on. The actual behavior of the divider in a resize is the expected behavior of the divider in the previous resize.
> Quite interesting! It took a while for me to notice what was going on. When doing random size adjustments, the behavior of the divider looks equally random. :-)

Does it work if you first doubleclick on the divider and then start resizing?

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