Juuust about to go insane...

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sysadmin267
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Juuust about to go insane...

Post by sysadmin267 » Mon Feb 08, 2010 3:33 am

So I've been using PrimalSQL for awhile now, and have noticed multiple things that are starting to drive me nuts. Here's the platform I'm working on:Windows 7 Pro x64PrimalSQL 1.1.0When attempting to design queries, often the table window resize/move/close/etc. will refuse to respond for a given table. While I can check/clear the check boxes, I cannot move or resize the table window. That might not be such a pain if the query files would store a saved layout - but they don't. These may seem like minor things, but it's becoming death by 1,000 cuts for queries with 10-15+ tables & 50-100+ fields per table.Are these issues known/in the works, or is it just me? Anything I can try to resolve the problems?

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Post by davidc » Mon Feb 08, 2010 3:43 am

There is a know issue with the designer and Windows 7, where the panels in the designer do not resize correctly. This may be related to the not being able to move the table issue.

We are currently looking into the issue, but in the mean time, try resizing the panels in the designer first and then see if it you to move the table.


Thank you for the report,

David
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sysadmin267
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Post by sysadmin267 » Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:22 am

Alright, I'll give that a shot the next time it bites me. Thanks for the quick reply