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The comment window in the Session Manager #222

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ecxod opened this Issue Apr 6, 2018 · 1 comment

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ecxod commented Apr 6, 2018

Steps to reproduce this issue

  1. Step 1; write a lot of text in the comment window in the session manager until its ful. and then write more until you can not see the first line any more
  2. Step 2; now there should be a scroll bar there. but there is none.

Current behavior

it is not scrolling vertically when the text area is full

Expected behavior

it should scroll in order that the user can see the text

Possible solution

enable scrolling

Environment

  • HeidiSQL version:
    9.5.0.5264 (64 bit)
  • Database system and version:
    all
  • Operating system:
    windows7

@ansgarbecker ansgarbecker added the bug label Apr 6, 2018

@ansgarbecker ansgarbecker added this to the v9.6 milestone Apr 6, 2018

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ecxod commented Apr 6, 2018

Hello Ansgar, it would be nice if one could have two more comment windows working properly

  • one comment window in the user mask as a TAB after the "SSL options" for example and connect it wit a table in the INFORMATION_SHEMA/USER_PRIVILEGS, where you add a column description and one can note things about the user you created.
  • the second comment window when you click on a table in a database in the "tableTAB" view in the subTAB "Basic" , this comment area is only writable if the user has write access to the mentioned table.
    If the user has no write access it should be somehow gray, like a readonly textare, and not let one introduce data and loose them in the end when closing the window
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