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Show children split view should be more user friendly #349

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pjrobertson opened this issue Jun 3, 2011 · 4 comments
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Show children split view should be more user friendly #349

pjrobertson opened this issue Jun 3, 2011 · 4 comments

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pjrobertson commented Jun 3, 2011

a) The default size of the search view is 0 - so you can't see what it does instantly
b) QS doesn't ask to relaunch when you tick/untick it in the pres
c) The name 'show children split view' is pretty hopeless

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pjrobertson commented Jun 4, 2011

@HenningJ - it looks like you've been inside QSResultController.m before and tried to debug/fix the split view?

I see there's some comments (line 87).

I'm kind of stumped as to what's going on, since there seems to be a problem with reading the default value and setting it (as you've mentioned with the autosave stuff). Do you want to look into this further?

I've fixed b) - the other two are still open.

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HenningJ commented Jun 5, 2011

yeah, I've been in there before. I'll look into it

skurfer added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 14, 2011
Split view fixes (see issue #349)
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skurfer commented Jun 15, 2011

This is mostly fixed. Patrick will have a pull request for b soon.

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HenningJ commented Jul 1, 2011

The fix for b) is now merged as well.

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