Re: Why does the title bar contain the file's name twice?

From: phayz <russelldicken....at.gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 15:13:54 -0700 (PDT)

On Mar 31, 7:58 am, mitchell <mforal.n....at.gmail.com> wrote:
> Russell,
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> > > > If I understand correctly, Textadept's title bar is displaying just
> > > > what it's intended to display -
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> > > > e.g. foo.lua - Textadept (/tmp/foo.lua)
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> > > > as per your example.
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> > > > I don't understand why it's necessary to repeat the file's name -
> > > > "foo.lua" in the title bar?
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> > > /path/to/ridiculously/long/file/name/that/cannot/fit/in/the/title/bar/
> > > but/you/have/many/files/in/this/directory/open
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> > > :)
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> > > Likely? No. But you get the idea.
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> > > Mitchell
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> > Mitchell,
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> > Again I should have been more specific. :)  I agree with putting the
> > file's name first in the titlebar, for the very reason you mentioned.
> > However I wonder why the last item includes the file's name again?
> > Surely it would be sufficient to mention the path? I guess it's a
> > little more easily understood, rather than having the file name and
> > path in two parts and requiring the user to concatenate the two. I
> > guess I can see both sides, and this question was raised mainly to
> > confirm if there was a specific reason for the current configuration,
> > rather than being a request to change it.
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> It's easier. ta stores the filename in a string.
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> Mitchell

Mitchell,

Understood. Consider this topic closed. :) (Unless someone else wants
to ask a related question).

Regards,

Russell Dickenson
Received on Tue 30 Mar 2010 - 18:13:54 EDT

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