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  1. If I can compare image with different size, then is it imposible

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  2. In the absence of a "Sync All View" in Sync Replication View, have a visual marker to indicate out of data repos so it can be determined at a glance which repos are out of sync and require syncing. Probably a different colour for repos with incoming changes and a different colour for outgoing changes, and something to indicate there are both incoming and outgoing.

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  3. Problem:

    Single remote workers switching changesets with average download speeds have to wait a long time to grab new changesets for the first time when using proxy server.

    Solution:

    Proxy server should have the data pushed to it from the plastic server, since the remote user may not always want the changeset immediately there is plenty of time to upload before the remote user is ready to switch to it.

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  4. When the setup is finished, the client is always started.
    It's a little annoying on servers, where the client isn't setup.
    So please add an option to the last page of the setup 'launch client', just like the 'launch server' that already exists.

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  5. I'm sure it might be possible if there's a way to signal a unity3d editor script to automatically build when a commit is made to a repo/branch. So imagine me taking a secondary computer and just dedicating it to holding my repository/doing unity builds. I've heard of people doing stuff like this with jenkins, but there's probably a practical reason why unity cloud build is so popular.

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  6. Integration with Youtrack ???... and I simply hate to sing in and sign out all the time .

    I hate that

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  7. http://<server>:7178/webui/repos

    The list of repositories is shown in creation order (or perhaps by repository ID)
    If you have more than a handful of or repositories, this is a pain, especially since the most used ones are likely to be the more recently created ones, and thus at the bottom of the list.

    Note that in Plastic GUI the Repositories view, Select workspace dropdown & dialog; and for that matter "Open workspace" dialog lists in alphabetical order. as they should. The web should be the same.

    This should be a near-trivial change with immediate benefit. Even better

    • Changeable order (by clicking…

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  8. When using the repository browser on specific changeset/branch, give ability to download a single folder from that view.

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  9. It will be useful to have possibility to shelve changes made in "main" repository even if some of files which are changed are located in repository connected by read only xlink. Now shelve is treated in the same way as checkin and it is not allowed to do such operation

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  10. This has been fixed in standard Plastic, but Gluon still does not support mouse wheel scrolling while hovering over the comment box in the "Checkin changes" tab, with or without the cursor being in that box

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  11. I almost always use multiple line comments on my submissions, and so do several other people in my studio. I usually mouse over the changeset in the "Changesets" tab to see the full comment, but the current display duration for the full comment overlay is often too short to read the entire comment.

    I'd suggest the duration be increased significantly or that as long as the cursor remains over the changeset it be displayed indefinitely.

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  12. Currently, "out of date" is only displayed at the file level in the "Explore workspace" tab. This presupposes that you know what files are out of date, as viewing the root or any of the folders in between the root and the out of date file will look the same as if there was nothing out of date in them.

    To be able to track what files are out of date in a workspace, it would be nice to see the out of date indicator all the way down.

    Ex.

    root (out of date)
    Content (out of date)
    __
    Images…

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  13. After marking multiple files and choosing Undo, the warning message only states that "You are going to undo X changes". This helps catch issues of undoing significantly more or less files than you intended, but doesn't help if a single critical file was accidentally included in the list of files to undo.

    I'd suggest listing the full path of all of the files that are going to be affected by the undo command on that warning message.

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  14. I've had a few issues with people accidentally clicking the undo changes button (it's right next door to checkin).

    can we have those undone files that get overridden sent to the recycle bin

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  15. It would be nice in the Plastic SCM GUI to be able to change the order of the merge views. I work with a lot of projects and some fall out of relevancy more than others at time, so I'd like to be able to keep my most active views on the top for easy access.

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  16. The Language Server Protocol was developed by Microsoft to allow the integration of external language with Microsoft tools, such as Visual Studio Code. The protocol is open source, and has been gaining traction especially with the growing popularity of Visual Studio code. It is being implemented by several organizations to provide support for both open source and proprietary languages. For example, Salesforce uses LSP to provide syntax highlighting and Intellisense in Visual Studio Code for their Apex language.

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  17. Having autocomplete function in gmaster would be very beneficial.

    GMaster already knows about what changed. I believe creating a list of possible words to be used in the commit summary or body, along with a list of file names changed/added shouldn't be difficult. Then such a list can be used to suggest names to users as they type commit messages in GMaster.

    Hopefully, this feature is carried over to the Visual Studio plugin. Since the included Team Explorer from MS does not support such a feature.

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  18. It is relatively easy and intuitive to undo changes in the working copy in gmaster using the x button next to the change. Expanding on that feature, I suggest adding such a button for recognized blocks of code, such as: types, classes, methods, fields.

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  19. Since using branches for tasks is the preferred workflow I think it'd be useful to be able to copy the branch name from the changeset ui so we can easily goto our project management software.

    or at the very least a way to go directly to that branch from the changeset view instead of having to look for it.

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  20. Currently the Gluon Update Report pane displays the timestamp at the beginning of the report. This means that to find out the last time you synced you have to scroll up through a variable, and sometimes large, list of entries to find the timestamp while making sure that you don't overshoot it and end up in the previous update report.

    I suggest moving it to the end of the report where the most recent sync time can always be easily found and quickly accessible.

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