Hi Chris,

you are right; thank you for discovering the dependence on "Save only used IDs".

Can you also make sure there is no hourglass cursor during the control + left operation? There is no hourglass cursor with control + up and control + down, which are closely analogous functions, and there is no hourglass cursor in drag and drop operation, which also moves branches around.

Best regards,
Dan


On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Christian Foltin (GMX) <christian.foltin@gmx.de> wrote:
Hi Dan,

ok, I've found the problem. You use the "Save only used IDs" option, and this causes all node ids to disappear, even within copy and paste. But the move+left/right action uses the ids to find the previous selected nodes after being copied. Thus, in your case, they can't be found and thus the selection is wrong.

I've made a workaround for this case.


Regards, Chris


Dan Polansky schrieb:
Hi Chris,


I have reproduced the bug in FreeMind 0.9.0 RC6 and also 0.9.0 beta 16, Java version "1.6.0_17", Windows Vista. The bug occurs in any mind map that I create. It appears first in 0.9.0 beta 16; it is not there in 0.9.0 beta 15.

Let me rephrase the bug description: if I move a node "A" with control + left or control + right, the same node "A" should be selected after the move; in fact, it is not selected and another node is selected instead.

Best regards,
Dan


On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 11:19 PM, Christian Foltin (GMX) <christian.foltin@gmx.de> wrote:
Hi Dan,

this bug can't be reproduced by me. Is there any special, or does it occur with every map?
Which java version do you use?


TIA, Chris

Dan Polansky schrieb:
I have discovered another bug in RC6:


11. Wrong node selection after moving node left - 0.9.0 RC6
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2953495&group_id=7118&atid=107118
After I move node left by pressing control + left, it is not selected and its parent is selected instead.

--Dan