some more bugs.
make select * from a wide-enough table - all_objects will do for me.
1.1 select * from all_objects;
1.2 click back to the sql statement
1.3 right-click to any cell in the result - the selection moves along nicely, but copy(Ctrl+C in the contect menu is disabled)
I have to do an unnecessary left click first in the result
now about the wide table
2.1 select * from all_objects; (the first column of the first row is selected)
2.2 scroll left/right so that the selected field is not fully visible.
2.3 right-click on a field. Instead of selecting the field first the results are scrolled left-right again to make the old selection visible and then the field that happens to be under mouse gets selected - but that’s the wrong one.
It doesn’t happen when the selected field is scrolled up or down. Only when scrolling left or right this happens
When compiling a long ( 1000s of rows) package body, and it has errors, the place where the errors are, are marked correctly, but the cursor sometimes jumps to a very wrong position. But this is not always reproduceable. But in one example the error was on the very last line of the package (something got written past the package body “end” (line 2843), but the window was scrolled to line 600 or something.
in the unified editor, is there a way to show the open object tabs on several lines, not in one scrollable line? So that all tabs would be visible? It’s already that when coming from code search or table editor to the unified editor, it takes 2 clicks (one click too much compared to Nav 5.5) to go to the necessary program, but when many open programs, i have to think “scroll left or scroll right?”. And i scroll left and see “oh, it wasn’t here”, and then i scroll right and think “and what was the object i was looking for”?
no web output? “Enable capture of web output” is enabled. i run the following script:
and no output is generated.
Message was edited by: Andres