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Re: Bug in commit window

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2009 12:40:31 +0200

Guillaume Hanique | ViCi Consulting wrote:
> Hi!
> TortoiseSVN keeps getting better!
> Found a bug, though. If you have the windows task bar at the bottom of
> the screen, as most people do, and there are enough files to commit for
> a scroll bar, you can select a file and then use the down arrow key to
> go to the next. If you hit the last one on the screen and hit the arrow
> key one more time, all files scroll up one line and the newly selected
> file becomes the last one on the screen. This is the normal behaviour.
> I, however, have my task bar at the top of the screen for good but
> unrelevant reasons. How if you select the last file on the screen and
> press the down arrow, the next file is selected WITHOUT the screen
> scrolling to the next line. (See
> http://drive.hanique.com/shared/commitscreenbug.jpg). If I press it one
> more time it selects the next file, but you can't see which one.

I don't think this is a bug in TSVN. Any TSVN dialog has no idea where
the taskbar is located and they don't even care.
Also, the scrolling is done by the windows list control (part of the
common controls system dll), not TSVN directly.


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Received on 2009-04-09 12:40:56 CEST

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