Posted 21 July 2007 - 05:34 AM
When I change Workspace, sometimes the tabs of the previous Workspace aren't removed so they become merged with the tabs of the new Workspace. It can be the remote or local tabs that do this, or both. After a fresh install it seems to be okay for a while, but after it has done this merge thing once then it happens regularly thereafter.
Does anyone know if this is fixed in the current beta, or am I the only one experiencing this?
Posted 22 July 2007 - 11:18 AM
Is there any way you can reproduce this?
Posted 23 July 2007 - 02:13 PM
I just switched between the workspaces at random about 15 times and had mixed results:
. About half the time the new workspace loaded correctly.
. Almost half the time one of the tabs from the previous workspace was retained on the new one (where it shouldn't be).
. One time a local tab from the previous workspace was added to the remote tabs side on the new workspace. Hadn't seen that before.
What I didn't see in these tests was all the old tabs being retained/added to the new workspace, which is what I usually notice.
I just did ~15 more changes, without reloading the software, and all changes worked correctly.
I wondered if maybe it happened when I changed workspace while one or more tabs were still connecting, but that doesn't appear to be it.
Also doesn't seem to be related to what panel or file/directory is selected.
Difficult to fix something that isn't reproducible I guess, but keep an eye out for it. There's something odd going on there.
Posted 23 July 2007 - 02:53 PM
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Posted 25 July 2007 - 02:23 AM
Posted 31 July 2007 - 05:34 AM
Another thing I'll mention while I'm here: tabs seem to lose their path randomly. For example, there might be 5 tabs, all navigated to directories somewhere, then you close SmartFTP and load it back up, and one or more of the tabs has gone back to /.
I originally thought it might have happened when the target directory was deleted between SmartFTP closing and reloading, but I've noticed that it still goes to that directory when this is the case, and puts a little X icon next to the directory name to show it doesn't exist. So I'm not sure what's causing the tabs to lose their previous path. I've only noticed it on remote tabs.