> I got a couple of warnings building this that should be cleaned up:
Fixed. Didn't realize I missed a few.
> I have been unable to make it misbehave on XP. I haven't tried OSX or
> Linux as I don't have either to hand atm. Can you give me a precise
> example to test? I have had complete success copying individual cells,
> groups of rows, groups of columns and arbitrary blocks of cells.
Hmmm, it does seem better now than it used to. Still one problem I can
find. Run a query. Click somewhere in the edit text box. Click on a column
or row header to select an entire row. The focus stays in the edit text
box. If you click on a cell first then select the row or column it works
ok, but it would be nicer if this worked.
> Other than that, my only comment is the column headers which look even
> messier than they did previously (because the text appears to be
> centered rather than left justified). Can you alter it to place the data
> type on the line below, as per the Edit Grid please?
I changed it to left justify the text and display the data type on the
New patch attached.
In response to
pgadmin-hackers by date
|Next:||From: Dave Page||Date: 2006-02-27 19:49:37|
|Subject: Re: Buildproblems on OSX 10.3 due to libxml2|
|Previous:||From: Andreas Pflug||Date: 2006-02-27 17:50:28|
|Subject: Re: German translation|