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Re: Bug Windows SubMenu problem 1.4.8 & 1.5-RC3

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 19:37:57 +0200

HpW53 wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
>
> regarding this issue:
>
>>> I assume your working copy is on a network share, or your harddrive is
>>> slow.
>
> Its a local drive with sata interface and a Dual AMD 2GHz CPU.. I mean fast
> enough!
>
> The system is an XP SP3 (upgraded long time ago from W2K)
>
>
>>> The reason the menu is empty is that the explorer has a timeout
>>> for menus (to prevent faulty extensions from blocking it).
>
> I understand and there is now registry key to increase?
>
>
>>> (apart from not fetching the status).
>
> what you mean with this ? not fiering the related menu action?
>
>
>>> more tests I did
>
> Test 1.
>
> I just added a new sub folder and moved there more then 128 files about 170
> files and same problem!!
>
> Haveing only less then 128 files Toirtoise seams to work!

I've created a working copy folder with 5000 files in it. The menu came
up immediately for the folder, no problems at all.

What kind of files are in that folder of yours?

> Test 2.
>
> I added the HKCU\\Software\\TortoiseSVN\\OwnerdrawnMenus to "0" {with
> resulting uggly menu icons O:)}
>
> the menu comes up with mutch more then 128 files BUT the menu entries do not
> work
> in other words click on one and nothing happends

That means you're using 1.4.x, *not* 1.5.0.
For 1.4.x, there's an option in the settings dialog called something
like "don't fetch status for folders" (or something like that, I don't
remember the exact wording).

Are you sure the same happens with TSVN 1.5.0-RC3? Did you restart after
installing that version?

Stefan

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Received on 2008-06-17 19:38:22 CEST

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