Bug 3670

Doubleclick in the value of a property in the ribbon builder does not highlight the whole value 15 January, 2020

Ferdinand Fischer
22 November, 2019
Product: PowerBuilder Category: Other
Version: 2019 R2 Beta Build:
Classification: Enhancement Publishing: Public
Priority: P3
Status: Verifying Reason:
Appeon Product 15 January, 2020
#5
Hi Ferdinand, 

You made a valid point. However, because of the restriction of the XML editor used for the feature, it is not possible to change the double-clicking behavior. 

Best regards,
Julie
Mark Lee @Appeon 24 November, 2019
#4
Hi Ferdinand,

Thanks for reporting this problem and for your valuable suggestion.
We'll record it as a new enhancement / requirement request and will transfer it to our product team for consideration.

Regards,
Mark Lee
Chris Pollach @Appeon 22 November, 2019
#3
Thank you!
Ferdinand Fischer 22 November, 2019
#2
Highlights.zip (504KB)

Hi Chris,

i added two screenshots.

ExampleWithPath: 
A filepath is in the property and i doubleclick.
It is only highlighted up to the dot and backslash.

ExampleWithEnum:
A built-in image is in the property.
It is only highlighted up to the exclamation mark
Chris Pollach @Appeon 22 November, 2019
#1
Hi Ferdinand;

   Thank you for the feedback and all your efforts in testing the PB2019R2 beta!

   I will now pass this observation on to the Engineering Team. In the mean-time, some screen captures and/or a simple PB example App could be most helpful in narrowing in on this behaviour.

Regards ... Chris
Ferdinand Fischer 22 November, 2019
#0
*Phenomenon:
If you doubleclick into a property the whole value is never highlighted.
It highlights only to the first ! or \.

That caues a problem with the image selector.
You can not doubleclick on the property and open the image selector to change a picture.
You have to either remove the wrong characters after the insert, highlight the whole property by hand or clear it before.

That is no how the help describes it.

Insert images:

1) Place the cursor in the value of the PictureName property, or double click to select the value of the PictureName property, and then click the Select Images button from the toolbar.

2) In the Select Images dialog, select to use a custom image or a built-in image. The selected image name will be inserted into the value of the PictureName property.

*Reproduce Steps:


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