Debugger: popup _VARIABLE values

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#1
That's nice and I'm glad you got rid of the same for variable functions.

One thing ... when a _VARIABLE's values is shown in a bubble, the mouse pointer turns to an I-beam and can't be used to maximize, minimize, or close (X) IDE (possibly other tasks). I don't know if you have any control over that. The bubbles pop up spontaneously occasionally (unless you're careful about where you leave the mouse pointer) and that's a tad annoying. They (syntax bubbles too) can also pop up far from the IDE window (I've seen them on a second monitor) ... hard to reproduce at will but it happens every now and then by accident.
 

rconn

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#2
> One thing ... when a _VARIABLE's values is shown in a bubble, the mouse
> pointer turns to an I-beam and can't be used to maximize, minimize, or
> close (X) IDE (possibly other tasks).
WAD (that's Windows doing it, not TCMD). Just press a mouse button or hit
escape and the mouse cursor returns to its previous shape. (I have mine set
to an i-beam all of the time.)


> They (syntax bubbles too) can also pop up far from the IDE window
Never seen that and I'm unable to reproduce it. (But again it would be
Windows doing it, not TCMD.)

Rex Conn
JP Software