On 12.11.2013 22:24, Michael Schierl wrote:
> Today I upgraded my work machine from TortoiseSVN 1.7.x to 1.8.3, and
> when doing a cherry-pick merge, I noticed that double click does no
> longer work for selection a revision from the revision log.
> My workflow for a cherry-pick merge, in case you are unable to reproduce:
> 1. right click on the branch root to merge to, select "Merge" (pulled
> to the main menu)
> 2. Click Next
> 3. Click Show Log as the merge source URL (trunk) is already prefilled
> 4. Double-click the revision to merge
> 5. Double-click the Next button (to skip the last page which is
> already set up as I want it)
> 6. Hope that no conflicts have to be resolved (usually the case)
> 7. Click "OK"
> 8. Commit the change.
> And in step 4 I can no longer double click, but have to click OK
> instead. As I sometimes spend quite a lot of time merging one (more or
> less trivial) bug fix into several branches, that extra click (ok
> technically it is the same amount of clicks, but one more mouse
> movement) gets annoying quickly, so I'd appreciate getting my double
> click back.
You can't get something back that never existed.
A double click never selected the revision and closed the log dialog.
That never was implemented like this ever.
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Received on 2013-11-14 18:56:15 CET