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For me, it shows exactly what it's supposed to show: recent changes made
in the code.

Franklin.

Alexey Efimov wrote:

Hello,

subj, ShiftAltC. Every time pressed it i get "Where are is no recent
changes".
What is it for?

Thanks!
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Tops BI
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Hello Franklin,

F> For me, it shows exactly what it's supposed to show: recent changes
F> made in the code.

Hmm, maybe it depend in VCS changes... Not just on changes in code, i guess.

Thanks!
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Tops BI
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Shows 20 latest changes marked in local history. For example you'll be able
to view all the changes certain refactoring made to the files of your project.

Hello,

subj,
ShiftAltC. Every time pressed it i get "Where are is no recent
changes".
What is it for?
Thanks!
--
Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops BI
http://www.topsbi.ru



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It only works if you've enabled Local History.

Hello Franklin,

F>> For me, it shows exactly what it's supposed to show: recent changes
F>> made in the code.
F>>

Hmm, maybe it depend in VCS changes... Not just on changes in code, i
guess.

Thanks!
--
Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops BI
http://www.topsbi.ru



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Hello Maxim,

MS> It only works if you've enabled Local History.

And it will not work with CVS, for example?

Thanks!
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Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops BI
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In article <177053632415911749218750@news.jetbrains.com>,
Alexey Efimov <aefimov@zebra.ru> wrote:

Hello Maxim,

MS> It only works if you've enabled Local History.

And it will not work with CVS, for example?

Thanks!
--
Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops BI
http://www.topsbi.ru


No, local history != cvs and it's not doing a diff, it's maintaining a
history of the changes locally, regardless of the repository.

R

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Hello Robert,

>> And it will not work with CVS, for example?

Now i know :)

Thanks a lot
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Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops BI
http://www.topsbi.ru

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Shows 20 latest changes marked in local history. For
example you'll be able
to view all the changes certain refactoring made to
the files of your project.


And what's the use of it? Is there a possibility to undo several changes back to a certain point?

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In Tools->Local History->Show History, you can undo several changes back
to a certain point.

Franklin.

Martin Fuhrer wrote:
>>Shows 20 latest changes marked in local history. For
>>example you'll be able
>>to view all the changes certain refactoring made to
>>the files of your project.


And what's the use of it? Is there a possibility to undo several changes back to a certain point?

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In Tools->Local History->Show History, you can undo
several changes back
to a certain point.


Yes, I know, but ShiftAltC would be much simpler...

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In my case, when I click in one of the last changes... Boom! It crashes
and keeps showing the shutdown/ignore window over another window (that I
can't see what is because the exception is probably being caused during
its painting) until I press Escape key many times very quickly.

Franklin.

Martin Fuhrer wrote:
>>In Tools->Local History->Show History, you can undo
>>several changes back
>> to a certain point.


Yes, I know, but ShiftAltC would be much simpler...

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It looks like changes can be undone independently. Selecting a change opens up a tree view of files that were changed. Changes can then be rolled back in batch or file-by-file. Pretty sweet, although as always it's a bit jarring when cool new features are completely unannounced.

--Dave Griffith

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