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Re: Project Monitor: Commits remain unread

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2015 19:58:05 +0200

On 08.09.2015 12:28, Oliver Kopp wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm using the new Project Monitor. I assume that a bold font indicates
> an unread commit. If I click on "Mark all as read", not all commits
> are unmarked. One commit remains marked. It's a commit by me. In one
> repository, it's the last commit, in another repository, it's a commit
> of yesterday.

A bold font also indicates the revision the working copy is on. So if a
revision stays bold, that's the revision your working copy was last
updated to.

> Another issue is that after clicking "Check now", the window showing
> the revisions gets emptied. I have to click on the repository again to
> get the list filled.

Yes: that's to ensure that after the check has finished the view is
properly updated.
But I'll see if I can improve that a little bit.

> Finally :), "Open working copy in explorer" opens the parent path of
> the working copy folder, not the working copy folder itself.

Yes, but the working copy folder is selected in the explorer list view
(the one on the right).
That's the behavior of the explorer if told to browse directly to a folder.


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