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Rev. 6891
Größe 2,970 Bytes
Zeit 2006-06-24 15:32:03
Autor schaefer
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Fix two typos


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	<a name="contextmenus">
	<h2>Context menus in Windows Explorer</h2>
	All commands are available through the context menu in the Windows
	Explorer. You can choose which entries TortoiseSVN should show in the
	top context menu and which it should put in the submenu.
	The context menu for versioned folders shows the commands you can use on such folders.
	<p><img alt="Context menu for versioned folders" src="images/ContextMenuDirControl.png"></p>
	The context menu for unversioned folders shows commands where you can either create
	working copies, or commands you can use with URLs.
	<p><img alt="Context menu for unversioned folders" src="images/ContextMenuDirNoControl.png"></p>
	Not all commands which are available for versioned folders are also available for
	versioned files. Remember that Subversion is folder oriented unlike CVS which is more
	file oriented.
	<p><img alt="Context menu for versioned files" src="images/ContextMenuFileControl.png"></p>
	The menu for unversioned files has very few entries.
	<img alt="Context menu for unversioned files" src="images/ContextMenuFileNoControl.png">
	Since moving and copying files/folders always has to be done via the Subversion commands,
	TortoiseSVN helps here too by adding entries to the right-drag context menu (select a file/folder, 
	right-drag it to another location and release the right mouse button):
	<img alt="Right-drag context menu" src="images/RightDragMenu.png">
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	<h2>Icon overlays</h2>
	Inside the Windows Explorer, TortoiseSVN shows you the state of the files with
	overlay icons. The following screenshot shows all available overlays, but usually you
	will only see a few of them.
	<img alt="The overlay icons" src="images/Overlays.png">
	If you use the Windows Explorer in details view, TortoiseSVN can add additional
	columns so you have all the information available:
	<img alt="The revision graph" src="images/ExplorerDetailView.png">
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