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Re: shell icons not updated after executing commands

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-11-14 11:47:22 CET

Peter McNab wrote:
> 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.
> Have a look at the FAQs at
> http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/node/138

I think we are talking about 2 different issues here.

Peter, are you pressing F5 to get this trickle up/down, or does the
overlay update itself after a commit?

When I commit (using latest nightly, r4939) the overlay remains at
modified until I press F5.

I think Peter is saying that the overlay is displayed correctly when you
hit F5, which was previously buggy. He is not talking about auto-update.

Others are saying that the overlays don't update until you press F5,
which they did in the past. They are not talking about correctness after F5.

Rainer is talking about a 3rd problem where the overlays disappear
completely after a commit.

Is it possible (and a good idea) to make the overlay update
automatically after a commit?


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