I'm talking about the Linux (ubuntu) version.
On Sun, 2007-12-02 at 10:00 -0600, Afan Pasalic wrote:
> hi barry,
> this is on Linux version of MySQL Query Browser. I need the same on Win
> version. But, there is no such a solution (Tool > Option > ...).
> barry wrote:
> > I'm assuming you're talking about the Mysql Query Browser?
> > You can change the number of records under Tools-> Preferences and
> > changing the "Max Rows For Generated Queries" to whatever you want, set
> > to zero removes the limit entirely.
> > On Sat, 2007-12-01 at 15:17 -0600, Afan Pasalic wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> on Linux version of MySQL Browser (v 1.2.4 beta), when double-click on
> >> any table, default query is
> >> SELECT * FROM <table_name> LIMIT 0,1000
> >> On Win version (v 1.2.9 rc), there is no LIMIT part - what caused me to
> >> pull so many times tens, even hundreds thousands of records.
> >> I was looking for in setting for this feature, but wasn't able to find.
> >> is there way to set the limit value on default select query, on win
> >> thanks for any help.
> >> -afan