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Re: new user on mac

From: Guillaume Lelarge <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info>
To: Scott Swank <scott(dot)swank(at)gmail(dot)com>
Cc: Basil Bourque <basil(dot)list(at)me(dot)com>, pgsql-sql(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: new user on mac
Date: 2012-01-02 22:01:40
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Lists: pgsql-sql
On Thu, 2011-10-20 at 04:15 -0700, Scott Swank wrote:
> Here is a seeming quirk in pgadmin3. I say seeming, because I may
> simply not be sufficiently familiar with this tool.
> [A quick note for non-mac users, the Finder is the gui file browser,
> equivalent to Nautilus/Dolphin in linux or the Window Explorer in MS
> Windows.]
> I have associated sql files with pgadmin.
> When I open pgadmin I have a "pgadmin" window and I can open
> additional "query tool" windows. However, if from the finder I open a
> sql file I do not see it in a query tool window. Application focus
> changes from the finder  to pgadmin, but I do not see the sql.
> Conversely, if I do not have pgadmin open and from the finder I open a
> sql file I see it in a query tool window. I, however, I open
> additional sql files from the finder they do not open in a query tool
> window, but again focus changes to pgadmin. Also, if I start pgadmin
> this way I only have query tool windows, how do I open the basic
> pgadmin window?
> This behavior does not seem to depend on how I open the file, e.g.
> double-click, or "open with: pgadmin3".
> Is this simply an os integration issue on mac, or am I missing something?

Seems to be an integration issue. I created a ticket to work on this
later. Sorry for the (really really) late answer.

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