I reverted back to 0.8.10-beta when I noticed that the query window
titles of 0.9.2 all said "Query window" -- or something like that --
instead of the table name(s) on which the query was executed. This is
undesirable, IMO; if I have many windows -- cascaded, let's say -- and
I want to find the one that has the query results from some particular
table, I can quickly find it in the Window menu of 0.8.10, but I have
to wade through possibly all the windows of 0.9.2.
The window titles of 0.8.10 was a feature that wasn't broke, and it
should not have been fixed.
In the Windows 98 version of 0.9.2, there is still the problem of query
windows not sizing correctly, such that scroll bars and status areas
are offscreen, and there also remains the Alt+Tab problem in which
the topmost window changes when cycling through other applications
and returning to MySQLCC. This latter bug is a real nuisance, because
it is impossible to switch back and forth between some application
that is supplying information, like a Web page, and a MySQLCC edit
Would it be possible to have even a section of the readme.txt file
explain how some of the onscreen options work? The tool tips are not
enough. There is also mention of command line options, with no
explanation of what they are. I suppose hackers who compile their own
systems can figure it out, but simple users are left in the dark.
|• why did they change the window titles?||Richard Trahan||7 Aug|