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Oops ... Need an UNDO ...Please

aikona's profile image aikona posted 2 years ago in General

Hi

Using the query windows , I often do a copy paste from one query window to another and every now and then my fingers 'slip'

Would it be possible to implement a undo for the query window using the right button click ( as for instance in this same window )

Eric

kalvaro's profile image kalvaro posted 2 years ago

Are you talking about adding a menu entry to the option that already exists (Ctrl + Z by default) or something new?

(Funny... The forum "Preview" suggests you cannot type + (plus) characters...)

scottlapointe's profile image scottlapointe posted 11 months ago

In the last few nighty builds, the UNDO only seems to stop working after 4-5 undos.

Can this be reverted back to unlimited?



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ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 11 months ago

Ok, I just tested that, and I could successfully undo writing 15 lines in the query tab. Hmm? :)

honzak's profile image honzak posted 2 months ago

Same problem here. Undo has limited count. How to simulate: write "SELECT test FROM test". It is not posible undo (CTRL + Z) this text. Heidi: 10.1.0.5592 (64 Bit)

kalvaro's profile image kalvaro posted 2 months ago

Same problem here. Undo has limited count. How to simulate: write "SELECT test FROM test". It is not posible undo (CTRL + Z) this text. Heidi: 10.1.0.5592 (64 Bit)

Thank you for the steps to reproduce. I confirm it also happens in my PC for latest build: I can only undo twice and it's not even clear how it works:

SELECT * FROM test|
SELECT * |
SELECT * |FROM
          ^^^^

(| means caret and ^ means selection.)

ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 2 months ago

Yes, this is a known issue, caused by the new auto-uppercase feature. See issue #541 - should be solved soon.

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