Hovering

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Punkishlyevil
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Hovering

Post by Punkishlyevil » 2004-12-22 19:15

Was the ability to hover over the bar that shows kicks and the bar that shows refresh/match queue/hashing taken away? If so why? It hasn't worked for the last few versions for me. I find it useful, and I like to see full kick messages. Also I sometimes turn off "share duplicate files" and then turn it back on so that I can see if I have any shared so I can delete them, but without being able to hover over the spot that would show them as duplicates, I can't tell.

deesee++
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Post by deesee++ » 2004-12-22 19:33

It hasn't been removed.. it just has issues. At least for some people.
It works fine for me, until I click on the status bar. Then it never shows the tool-tip again until I restart DC++. Same for both the hub and main status bars..

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Re: Hovering

Post by Xan1977 » 2004-12-22 23:22

Punkishlyevil wrote:Also I sometimes turn off "share duplicate files" and then turn it back on so that I can see if I have any shared so I can delete them, but without being able to hover over the spot that would show them as duplicates, I can't tell.

If you enable Log system messages (in Settings > Logs), then a record of duplicates will show up in system.log.

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Post by Punkishlyevil » 2004-12-23 00:29

Okay cool. Thanks. :)

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Post by GargoyleMT » 2004-12-27 11:49

deesee++ wrote:It hasn't been removed.. it just has issues.

Also, if you hover over the area for too long on XP, the tooltip will be lost. On Windows 2000, I don't think there are any issues. I don't recall if it's in the bug tracker, but it's known about - just lower priority.

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Post by BigDil » 2005-01-06 12:19

deesee++ wrote:It hasn't been removed.. it just has issues. At least for some people.

It doesn't work here either. Using BCDC++ 0.668 on Win2000 SP4 HU. Hopefully it'll be back soon, it was quite useful.

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