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stevehjohn
#1 Posted : Sunday, December 29, 2019 4:58:55 PM(UTC)
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Minor bug report, but it drives my OCD wild! :)

The width of the left panel (containing OK, N/A, % or # of failing tests), doesn't seem to remember the size I left it at.

Otherwise, love the product, keep up the good work!
Remco
#2 Posted : Sunday, December 29, 2019 10:40:56 PM(UTC)
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Thanks! We'll take a look :)
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stevehjohn on 12/31/2019(UTC)
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We store these settings as a user setting for the current solution. When I reopen the same solution the splitter settings are remembered. For a new / different solution you need to set it to the desired position again. This is true for a lot of NCrunch UI settings.

The settings is stored in "solutionname".v3.ncrunchsolution.user under <StatusIndicatorSplitterDistance>360</StatusIndicatorSplitterDistance>.

Does this not work for the same solution for you? If it doesn't would you mind removing the user settings file and trying this again?
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Ah,
That makes sense now. It's often in a really odd position when I open VS, but then moves once I open a solution.
Maybe also the fact that I connect my laptop to different monitors in the office and at home was confusing me also.
Thanks,
Steve.
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stevehjohn
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It looks like it might be related to different DPIs. The width seems to vary depending upon whether I'm on my retina laptop screen or plugged into a 1080p monitor.
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stevehjohn;14361 wrote:
It looks like it might be related to different DPIs. The width seems to vary depending upon whether I'm on my retina laptop screen or plugged into a 1080p monitor.


Is it possible that the saved splitter distance simply looks different because the bar is of a different size under a different DPI? Do you have different DPI settings on a per-monitor basis?
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I haven't manually set anything, but windows might do something automatically. I'll report back when I'm in the office tomorrow.

Thanks,

Steve.
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