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Font size in grid resets when running a query

FlyveHest's profile image FlyveHest posted 5 months ago in General Permalink

I upgraded to HeidiSQL 11.0.0.5919 a couple of days ago, and have discovered an annoying issue that wasn't present in earlier versions.

I've set Grid Formatting:Font to Tahoma 8 pt, but every time I run a query, the font is reset to, at least, another size.

If I run a query, and then go to Preferences, and then switch the font size one up, then one down (to make the apply button active), I can apply, and the font is set to the right size.

If I run the query again, HeidiSQL resets the size once more. It is "fixable" by zooming with crtl-mousewheel, but it is pretty annoying having to do this after every query.

ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 5 months ago Permalink

Sounds a bit funny :) Never heard of that issue. Will check under which circumstances this is possible.

FlyveHest's profile image FlyveHest posted 5 months ago Permalink

Let me know if you need a bit more information from me.

It looks like it resets to font size 9, for some reason. (Just tried it on another installation of Heidi, same thing happens)

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Code modification/commit fdbac13 from Ansgar Becker <anse@heidisql.com>, 5 months ago, revision 5974
Include invisible mother query grid when applying custom font name + size, so TResultTab.Create copies the updated values. See https://www.heidisql.com/forum.php?t=36177
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 5 months ago Permalink

I could reproduce that here. Should be fixed in the next build. Please test and verify.

FlyveHest's profile image FlyveHest posted 5 months ago Permalink

Tested, and behaves like you would expect, thanks for the very quick response.

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