# 19364 marked as fixed -- is not fixed!

I personally have never seen it work. But it certainly does not work in
1156.

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On 2004/02/12 16:03, Barry Kaplan wrote:

I personally have never seen it work. But it certainly does not work in
1156.


It works for me in 1156 windows 2000, I just tried it. The one thing I
did notice was that CVS fileview and other CVS operations have become
impressively fast! Faster than the native clients I usually use I
believe. Good work JetBrains!

Bas

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Mine is remembering settings in 1156. Even after quiting IDEA and starting it up the next day.

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I take that back, it was not remembering sort order, but it was remembering column order. And all my checkboxes.

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This bug is fixed in Pallada (there is workaround - close File View manually
before closing IDEA)

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I personally have never seen it work. But it certainly does not work in
1156.

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Bas Leijdekkers wrote:

On 2004/02/12 16:03, Barry Kaplan wrote:

>> I personally have never seen it work. But it certainly does not work
>> in 1156.


It works for me in 1156 windows 2000, I just tried it. The one thing I
did notice was that CVS fileview and other CVS operations have become
impressively fast! Faster than the native clients I usually use I
believe. Good work JetBrains!


Thanks Bas, I stand corrected. I tested under 1148. It /does/ indeed
work under 1156. Sorry Jetbrains.

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