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Bug? Alt+O on commit dialog no longer OKs it

From: Peter Mounce <pete_at_x-rm.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 05:20:37 -0700 (PDT)

Using TSVN v1.6.0, b15855, on x64 Windows Server 2008, coming from TSVN 1.5.9 release-version. I have rebooted since installing.

When I bring up the commit dialog, I used to be able to submit it with Alt+o, because the OK button had an accelerator-key attached to it (I think that's the term; don't know for sure).

Now, if I hit Alt+o, this doesn't happen - nothing (noticeable) happens, in fact.

If I hold down Alt, then the R in Recent Messages is still underlined. The O in OK is not.

I have not changed any settings since upgrading. I've had a look in the settings pane for a new setting, but haven't seen anything that's likely to affect this.

I don't know how to find out which locale the TSVN binary is using (perhaps the & fell off the string, if it's in a resource file...?).

If you need any more information, please cc me; I'm not subscribed to the list. Happy to provide any further information.

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