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  • #6726

    brianary
    Participant

    Shortcut overlays appear fine in the explorer plug-in pane, but not TortoiseSVN overlays, an important indicator of which files have been modified.

    #6727

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    brianary wrote:
    Shortcut overlays appear fine in the explorer plug-in pane, but not TortoiseSVN overlays, an important indicator of which files have been modified.

    I don’t use TortoiseSVN, so I don’t know what you mean.
    Maybe you can show screenshots or email me at tech@emurasoft.com. Thanks!

    #6793

    brianary
    Participant

    There is a good screenshot at https://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=138498 .

    The overlays allow you to immediately see which files have changed in a project, or if there are conflicts, pending deletions, locks, additions, etc.

    I also notice that compressed files and folders do not display the compressed color, maybe it’s related, but that isn’t really important itself.

    #6797

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    brianary wrote:
    There is a good screenshot at https://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=138498 .

    The overlays allow you to immediately see which files have changed in a project, or if there are conflicts, pending deletions, locks, additions, etc.

    I also notice that compressed files and folders do not display the compressed color, maybe it’s related, but that isn’t really important itself.

    Thanks for information!

    #6853

    brianary
    Participant

    Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server Source Control now offers Explorer integration via the VSTS 2008 Power Tools. Those overlays are similar in function (if not appearance) to TortoiseSVN, and do not currently appear in EmEditor either.

    #7198

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    brianary wrote:
    Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server Source Control now offers Explorer integration via the VSTS 2008 Power Tools. Those overlays are similar in function (if not appearance) to TortoiseSVN, and do not currently appear in EmEditor either.

    Overlay now supported in v9.00 alpha 14. Thanks!

    #7475

    brianary
    Participant

    Excellent! I’m looking forward to it!

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