[PATCH 14 of 20] hgweb: add ajaxScrollInit skeleton

Alexander Plavin alexander at plav.in
Wed Aug 14 13:24:56 CDT 2013

14.08.2013, 22:19, "Dave S" <snidely.too at gmail.com>:

>  On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 10:27 AM, Alexander Plavin <alexander at plav.in> wrote:
>>  14.08.2013, 06:41, "Dave S" <snidely.too at gmail.com>:
>>>  I must have accidentally tweaked a setting, still no joy with Opera, but looks good with FF.  The line is nice.
>>  No idea why, may be js is off? :)
>  No, I think the VM I was running in was getting a bit twitchy about mouse events.
>>>>>>  And I don't get what you say about Opera page-info and what you want to see there.
>>>>>  It's just a tool, like an odometer is a tool for measuring how far I drive.
>>>>  Are you talking about the side-bar 'info' tab? I couldn't find anything else which is called 'page info' in opera. If so, it shouldn't show any changes.
>>>  Page->Developer Tools->Page Info.
>>>  It shows a byte count, but it maybe doesn't update it for dynamic content.
>>  Yes, it's the same sidebar thing. Web developer can't force it to show actual byte count, as it shows the source html length which was downloaded.
>  Ah, yes, it is.
>>>  Perhaps you could put something in the margin for the entry after the horizontal line, or maybe just a tooltip when you hover over an entry.
>>  Margins and/or other styles are easy to add/change and other themes creators/editors can simply change the corresponding CSS part. And what tooltip do you mean, with what information?
>  Well, the rev number is the key one I'm interested.  The hash is in the link, of course.  And I wouldn't mind Matt's suggestion of a commit message, but the rev number is probably something that can be done sooner.

As I understand, Matt wrote about commit message tooltips in another place, in annotation view. However, I agree that it would be nice to see them here too. But it's certainly another step and another issue, having not much relation to infinite scrolling.

>  /dps
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