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Re: Feature request: Could TSvn remember the windows sizes and positions?

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-09-14 11:19:57 CEST

Markus Fischer wrote:
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> Donckels, Frederic wrote:
>> I often use TSvn instead of the web based ViewSvn to browse the repository,
>> it's easier and faster to use. As I use it this way quite often, there is
>> a detail which annoys me slightly. We have multiple repositories with
>> long urls. Therefore, they are never shown "completely" in the dialog box
>> which appears to select the repository. I always have to enlarge that box
>> as TSvn doesn't remember the last size I used for that box.
>> It's a minor issue, but I'd really appreciate if TSvn could remember it
>> (as it does for the commit window, for instance).
> I'm jumping on that wagon, too. It's minor, but very very convinient.
There might be a reason this isn't done already, in that it's possible
to have multiple commit etc dialogs open concurrently. When they are
closed, which might not be in the order of being opened which one would
you have set the position and size? Probably the last but that may not
have been the one sized according to your primary preference. So then
does it come down to -by-repo-? Do you think the preferences should
follow the user from machine to machine?
There are significant considerations and work involved. What if you have
two WCs checked out from the same repo perhaps for different users or
decide move the location of the WC. It would be very useful to have any
change requirements fully specified anyone sets out on that journey.

Maybe nice to have but not necessarily a nice job to satisfy all workplaces.


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