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Re: shell icons not updated after executing commands

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-11-13 23:36:15 CET

Rainer Müller wrote:

>Peter McNab wrote:
>>I have been using a recent nightly build 4918 and all that seems to have
>>gone, but if your using that or later revision them I would not want to
>>be the one conveying that fact to Stefan.
>I'm using nightly build 4924 and after a commit I don't see any icon overlays in
>any folder. Neither a cleanup nor killing TSVNCache does resolve this. Don't
>know what is causing this...
>Is there any more info I could provide? It is absolutely reproducible. After
>booting I see all overlays fine, but after the first commit, all overlays are gone.
>I already reinstalled TSVN with rebooting after uninstall and I used
>ClearInstall.exe before installing again. It doesn't change this behavior.
Ah ha!.
I will load it and try myself then (I was on 4918) but sounds like you
have a different fault from the now fixed incomplete update symptoms.

Well back from update to 4924.

Did a commit and all went well. The icon status trickled *up* the tree
as it should and icons all visible where they should be.
I always find that up/down notion confusing, don't know if I'm too used
to looking a real trees or if it's a Northern/Southern hemisphere thing
but to me the direction to the root should be down.
Anyway, I'm still happy to be able to say I could find no fault and so
don't (personally) have to report a bug to Stefan and ruin another day.

So this leaves you with a local problem. It sounds like something some
others have experienced with Windows and the limited number of icons.
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Received on Sun Nov 13 22:38:37 2005

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