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ErikC
  •  ErikC
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2008-06-26T09:02:49Z
Don't know where to put this question but hey.

I have a job with multiple tasks. If I right click on my job to start it and selecting Run job '...' I have to look very closely if it actually says Run job.
If one of the tasks is selected before I right click on the job this could result in a Run task '...' instead.
Now if the 1st task is not selected, the 1st task is selected after right clicking on a job. Doing it again, right clicking on the job when the 1st task is selected, the job gets selected and I have my Run job '...'.

My prefference is that when I right click on a job, the job is selected and the job contect menu will appear.

This only happens when the job is expanded so you can see the containing tasks.
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2008-07-09T22:17:21Z
Sorry Erik for the late reply but we have not been able to reproduce this yet. Can you reproduce it easily? Moving this to General problems.
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ErikC
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2008-07-10T07:44:58Z
Ok, at this moment I'm not at the office, but I will tell you how to reproduce it:

1. Create a job with multiple tasks;
2. Expand the job, so you can see all the tasks inside;
3. Select a task (NOT the firts in the job);
4. Right click on the job title to popup the context menu;
5. The context menu doesn't contains Run Job, but contains Run Task;
6. At this moment the 1st task is automaticly selected;
7. Close the context menu by clicking somewhere else;
8. Right click the job again to get the context menu popup again;
9. Now automaticly the job is selected;
10. Now the context menu shows Run job, that's what I wanted in step 6 to happen.

So right clicking on a job (when expanded) has two different context menu's. It looks to mee that it must be the one at step 10 at all times.

Later this day I'm at the office so I can check this again.
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ErikC
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2008-07-10T14:11:13Z
ErikC wrote:

Ok, at this moment I'm not at the office, but I will tell you how to reproduce it:

Later this day I'm at the office so I can check this again.



This is indeed the procedure to reproduce it.
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2008-07-10T23:24:48Z
We managed to reproduce it. It was not constant and seems to be a bug in the control that we use. We did a workaround though and could not reproduce after that. Can you please verify that in version 4.9.9.?
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ErikC
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2008-07-10T23:27:32Z
I will do this tomorrow.
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ErikC
  •  ErikC
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2008-07-16T07:54:01Z
I tested the new beta version 4.9.9 (see beta section) and the right click behaviour is now as is should be. Nice one!

Thanks,
Erik
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