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Changed file table columns keep ending up too narrow #825

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jcansdale opened this Issue Feb 1, 2017 · 5 comments

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jcansdale commented Feb 1, 2017

  • GitHub Extension for Visual Studio version: 2.2.0.6
  • Visual Studio version: 2015

The change file columns keep ending up compressed. All I did was change PR.

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@grokys grokys added this to Not Started in 2.2.0.8 Feb 2, 2017

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How were you able to repro this? I'm switching between PRs and not seeing this yet.

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paladique commented Feb 8, 2017

How were you able to repro this? I'm switching between PRs and not seeing this yet.

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It kept doing it when I tried it that time. Now I'm struggling to repro. I'll keep an eye on it...

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jcansdale commented Feb 8, 2017

It kept doing it when I tried it that time. Now I'm struggling to repro. I'll keep an eye on it...

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@paladique Okay, I have a repro. 😄

It appears to be when you open the PR details of a PR that is already open...

  1. Open GitHub tool window.
  2. Select a PR from the list.
  3. Checkout the PR.
  4. Navigate back (or click on PRs button).
  5. Select the same PR from the list.

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Seems to be pretty consistent.

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jcansdale commented Feb 9, 2017

@paladique Okay, I have a repro. 😄

It appears to be when you open the PR details of a PR that is already open...

  1. Open GitHub tool window.
  2. Select a PR from the list.
  3. Checkout the PR.
  4. Navigate back (or click on PRs button).
  5. Select the same PR from the list.

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Seems to be pretty consistent.

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Aha! Repro'd. Looks like it's only happening when you've selected the listview option.

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paladique commented Feb 10, 2017

Aha! Repro'd. Looks like it's only happening when you've selected the listview option.

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@grokys If anyone is using the table view, this happens a lot. I've taken a look and so has @paladique, but we won't sure how it fix it. It's probably either dead simple or a right PITA. 😉

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jcansdale commented Feb 13, 2017

@grokys If anyone is using the table view, this happens a lot. I've taken a look and so has @paladique, but we won't sure how it fix it. It's probably either dead simple or a right PITA. 😉

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@grokys grokys moved this from Not Started to In Progress in 2.2.0.8 Feb 16, 2017

@jcansdale jcansdale closed this in #866 Feb 23, 2017

@paladique paladique moved this from In Progress to Done in 2.2.0.8 Feb 24, 2017

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