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Re: Commit OK button disabled,

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 21:04:53 +0100

Robert Gormley wrote:
> Hi,
> Following a re-install of Vista 64 bit, and installing 1.5.6, I find
> myself unable to commit changes I know have write access to, in at
> least two repositories I have tested. I can checkout, update, etc,
> but when I go to Commit, the OK button is always disabled. Log
> Messages are not required.
> Would love any advice, and I'm pretty technically complicated if any
> debug info is required, but new to the list, so may need some
> steering.

Is maybe the tsvn:logminsize property set?
What happens if you actually enter a commit message?
What happens if you enter something as a commit message, then delete the
text again?


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