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    hlx commented  · 

    Hi,

    Yes, I was aware that the previous versions of Plastic was able to show multiple views but I never used it since I only know the release 5.

    To be clearer in my explanation, I suggest the dockable UI in a mockup that you can see below
    http://imgur.com/a/0zkRT

    Thanks

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    hlx commented  · 

    Hi,

    Go to children feature seems logical to have. You are right when you talk about the branch viusalisation in Mercurial, and that's why my team uses Plastic SCM :) That's said, if the BrEx is a great feature, the main UX issue in PSCM is that main action tabs aren't grouped in the same visual space. You can't have the Branch tab docked close to the Branch Explorer tab for instance. Each main action tab is separeted and don't provide the best global view that the user should expect. So getting the parents/children relationship information could let the user having this information quickly without to create a subdiagram and generate another sperated tab.

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    hlx commented  · 

    It may happen that a changeset have a distant link to his parent or children (by delayed/old integration/merge operation). So, if the use have a lot of branches to manage it can be confusing to reach the expected changeset. There is the Go to parent changeset feature but nothing exists for potential children.
    And it the user is a bit afraid of the branch explorer display, it can't be frightened by a list simply displayed in the properties panel

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    hlx commented  · 

    "Make sure to handle the new support for "partial readonly xlinks" well (indicate targeted sub-directory)"
    +1 !

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    hlx commented  · 

    Ok,...I wasn't aware of that. Anyway, this feature could be useful but since there is a workaround, it appears less important for me now. Thanks you !

    hlx

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    hlx commented  · 

    Yes, patch command please

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    hlx commented  · 

    ok Kamil, it seems too restrictive, you are right....So let's say that a least a pop up window could notify the user that the file he's opening is currently edited by someone else.

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    hlx commented  · 

    "Once changed, a file is automatically exclusively checkout for all users ". I should say more : Once opened/being edited by the user, the file should be automatically exclusively checkout for all users,