Re: Rev graph hide cross lines
On 27.05.2011 10:11, Simon Large wrote:
> On 27 May 2011 08:15, Hans-Emil Skogh<Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
>>>>> Why do we have the option to reduce cross lines? Is there any
>>>>> reason you would ever NOT want that selected? Could we just
>>>>> enable it permanently and get rid of the option?
>>> The major difference is that the graphs tend to occupy more space
>>> with the option enabled. So, we may remove the option and default
>>> to "on" but will lose some overview in certain cases.
>> Maybe we should invert the option and change the wording on the
>> option to "Allow crossing lines" and the alt text to "Make the
>> graph more compact by allowing lines to cross revision numbers". It
>> should then be off by default. I think this would make more sense.
>> I have also wondered why the option is there since the current
>> wording makes it seem like it would have a negative impact to
>> disable the option.
> The reasons not to use this option seem pretty unusual. I would also
> suggest to remove the toolbar icon for this option and just leave it
> in the view menu. I never could make out what that icon picture is
Done in r21472.
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