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RE: Re: No right drag menu items

From: Jeff Mott <Jeff.Mott.OR_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2011 10:58:54 -0700 (PDT)

> On 03.06.2011 22:25, Jeff Mott wrote:
> > I'm happy to say, however, that I discovered the problem, and the
> > thread you linked me too helped. It turns out that Libraries are only
> > peripherally involved. The real issue is that any given explorer
> > window has its own notion of what the "root" is. Anything in
> > Libraries doesn't work because the root is "Libraries", rather than
> > the C drive. In my case, the explorer windows were treating my user
> > folder -- C:\Users\Jeff -- as the root. But if I navigated from
> > Computer through the C drive to my folder, then all the TSVN starts
> > working normally again.
> If your 'root' folder is a virtual folder (like "libraries" or "my
> documents"), then most things in TSVN won't work. Because those virtual
> folders don't have a real path, and TSVN can only work on paths.
> That's not a bug in TSVN but expected behavior and can't be fixed or
> changed.

In this case, the root is a real folder with a real path -- C:\Users\Jeff

You can test it by opening the command prompt and typing %windir%\explorer.exe /root,C:\Users\YourUser
Then from the explorer window, navigate to a checkout, and try to right-drag.


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Received on 2011-06-04 19:59:01 CEST

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