Ah, finally nailed it! :)
Steps to reproduce:
1. Double-click on a server, double-click on "Databases", double-click
on a database, double-click on "Tables"
2. Right-click on a table, click on "Open Table" -> "Query"
3. Click and drag the mouse from the lower-right of the window to the
upper-left of your screen, then let go of the mouse button (to select
all the text)
4. Type in new text, to replace the stuff you highlighted. I typed in
5. Highlight a section of this new sentence (i.e., the second "bla").
6. Type in new text, to replace the old.
Outcome: The old text is deleted and your new text appears at the
beginning of the query
Expected outcome: The old text is deleted and your new text appears
where it used to be.
It might be QT's fault, I dunno. But it happens on Windows and if I
remember correctly it happens on Linux too. Turning off syntax
highlighting and completion doesn't solve it.
It ranks a full 10 on the "Coming when you least expect it" scale, and
an 8.5 on the "general annoyance" scale. :)
|• Really annoying bug with query text editor||Adam Hooper||2 Jul|