Merge log dialog shrouds selection
From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2011 12:28:03 -0700 (PDT)
If all beta software was like TSVN, this would be a better world. It was hard to find any bugs in the 1.7 beta, but I think I succeeded, albeit with a pretty minor one. This is on a Windows 7 x64 system, using either the 1.7 beta 2 or nightly build 184.108.40.20668-dev-x64.
Start a merge on a working copy. Proceed to the second page. Select a decent branch. Next to the "revision range to merge" field, press Show Log. Since Windows 7 (or Vista?), the log window has checkboxes in front of each revision line. Try to select revisions by clicking on these checkboxes, rather than on the lines themselves. The lines turn blue as if they are selected, but when you OK the log dialog, the "revision range to merge" field is not filled in. If you first select one revision by clicking on the line itself, then you can (de)select additional revisions through the checkboxes and OKing the dialog will properly fill in the field.
I tried to reproduce that on the stable 1.6 build, but you can't do the same thing because it automatically selects the youngest revision.
Secondly, an even more minor cosmetic issue. Enter a somewhat old revision number in the "revision range to merge" field (either manually, or through the Show Log dialog). Press Show Log (again). The log dialog appears to scroll down to the old revision and select it, but the table of revisions remains blank, apart from the checkbox. Simply hovering the mouse over the revisions makes them show up, one by one.
I don't see the second issue on a 32 bit Windows XP system. It doesn't happen on the stable 1.6 build on Windows 7 either, but that's because it doesn't even try to scroll to or reselect the revision range.
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