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Hey I recently installed your software with VS 2008 and everything works great except for i cant see any my Tortuous svn icons. Is there something else i need to do to make this happen? I installed vs with all the default options and same with your software, and same with tortuous so i really cant think of anything that would be wrong. thanks again for the great add in!
I haven't seen this happen before and suspect it's more a tortoise issue than with the VS File Explorer. Have you tried uninstalling & reinstalling either the VSFE or Tortoise? Which version of Tortoise are you using? Version of Windows?
Sorry I can't be more help at the moment.
Thanks for the quick reply. I have reproduced the problem twice, once on my work computer, and once on my home computer. Both with very similer setups.
Actually the exact same setups lol.
I have not tried uninstalling either of the two. But i dont really want to either. I am willing to reinstall tortoiseSVN but i dont really want to reinstall VS =/.
Could it be a 64bit problem?
I'll hive a whirl on my 64bit Vista test box and see if I can replicate the issue. You certainly shouldn't need to reinstall Visual Studio or uninstall anything for the long term, I meant more just reinstalling Tortoise or our plug-in :-) I'll let you know how I get on. Cheers, John-Daniel
You can resolve the issue by installing the 32bit version of Tortoise. Jeremy here at Mindscape tried that and it seems to resolve the issue. Suspect the issue isn't so much with the control itself but that because Visual Studio is 32bit it will use values from the 32bit section of the registry.
Bit of a lame workaround but I'm not sure there is anything we can do to resolve that issue.
I hope that helps,