I’m running Toad 10.0.0.41 which is, on the whole, great! The niggly issues I had with 9.7 seem to be gone (hurrah!), but a couple of new ones have popped up.
I’ve searched, but haven’t found anything mentioned for either of them, so here goes:
- This is probably just the way the functionality now works (and isn’t too annoying), but in 9.7 and earlier, I could highlight the whole row that my cursor was on, but when I copied data, it copied only the cell that I’d clicked on.
In 10, the new grid functionality now works such that when you’ve got the select-the-row option switched on, you automatically copy the entire row (including row numbers, if you’ve got that switched on). In order to just copy the cell I’m interested in, I have to turn the select-the-row option off, copy the data and then turn it back on.
I’ve searched the options but can’t find anything at allows me to toggle the “copy from cell/row” independently of the select-the-row option. Am I missing something, or is that functionality not present?
- This one seems like a bug - albeit a small one! In the editor, I have comments highlighted with a different colour background and text plus the italic option set.
I have discovered that when the italic option is set, it causes problems when I try to select a point to put the cursor / doubleclick to highlight a word with the mouse. It simply doesn’t put the cursor where I expect it to be, and therefore makes highlighting a word a pain! None of the other options (on their own) cause this problem; it only occurs when the italic option is selected. It also doesn’t matter whether it’s single-line or multi-line comments.
Workarounds are either to remove the commenting before trying to highlight the word or to remove the italics from the syntax highlighting.