Re: Repo browser does not save splitter distance correctly
On 18.11.2014 21:24, Andreas Jönsson wrote:
> I assume that when you shut down the repo browser, it saves various
> parts of its state (like window size) somewhere, which it can then read
> the next time you start it. But I think there might be a bug in the code
> which deals with the "splitter distance" (i.e how much of the screen the
> left pane should take up).
> The attached images shows what happens when I open the repo browser
> twice in succession. Both times the repo browser was maximized. I opened
> it by right-clicking on a folder in Explorer and selecting "Repo
> browser". The only thing I did after having opened it was take the
> screenshot (in particular I did *not* move the splitter myself). Yet as
> you can see, the splitter has moved slightly to the right in the "after"
> picture. (In the before picture, the root element on the left ends in
> "/re", but in the after picture "/rep" is clearly visible.)
> This particular case is maybe not so annoying, but I think that the
> larger the repo the larger the difference. At work we have a large repo
> and I find that I must adjust the splitter every time I open the browser.
Fixed in r26055.
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