Two minor issues concerning TDSQLA 14.10.0.02 Functionality

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TDW
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Two minor issues concerning TDSQLA 14.10.0.02 Functionality

Hello,

"Clicking any cell in the SQL Statement column in the History window copies the SQL to the Query Window."

I have lost more unrun/unsaved code by clicking the SQL Statement column by accident, and I would like to turn this feature off.

When copying/cutting and pasting text/code into the Query Window, the pasted text/code remains highlighted.

Somestimes we forget to press the mouse button, or the arrow keys or some other on the keyboard, and we lose the information we pasted.

Is there anyway to have it configured not to be highlighted as other MS products?

Thanks in advance and God Bless,

Genesius

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Enthusiast

Re: Two minor issues concerning TDSQLA 14.10.0.02 Functionality

I don't have any answers, but I agree that it is annoying that clicking in the History window overwrites whatever query I was working on; I hope there is some setting for this

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Re: Two minor issues concerning TDSQLA 14.10.0.02 Functionality

If you set the General option to "Allow multiple queries per connection (Tabs in a Query window)", when the text in the current tab has been modified but not executed, then clicking in the history window opens a new tab instead of overwriting.