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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015762||MediaMonkey 5||Main Panel||public||2019-06-17 21:02||2019-10-09 17:21|
|Target Version||5.0||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0015762: Context Menu seems to remove items after drawn|
|Description||This is a minor visual issue that is only visible very shortly. It seems a right click on a file draws the Context Menu with the Remove Rating shown, which then gets removed if not a right click on the Rating field. It would seem more elegant to first get which items should be displayed and then display the Context Menu with only those items.|
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|Fixed in build|
At 0015451, Petr indicated that "for performance reasons some actions state (enable/disable, visible/hidden) are checked asynchronously ... it's problem just for slow computers and it's fine for medium PC's (tested on Surface Pro 2 with i5)"
Are you still seeing this in recent builds? How slow is the refresh? What machine are you testing with?
Yes, it still happens and the risk is that a fast users selects an item which then ends up being a different action.
This is on an AMD Ryzen 7 2700 with 16gb of ram. System isn't slow, but DB is large. It's hard to catch and not reproducible. It's fast enough that I couldn;t tell what changes in the menu.
I don't see this on my i3, but I do observe it on a Celeron-based machine, and it doesn't look great.
Petr, is there a reason why the main menu items can appear immediately? i.e. I understand why Submenus might need time to process (i.e. Send to and FMFS) by why can't the main items appear immeditaely?
||It seems to be an item between Level Track Volume and Pin It, but it's too fast and inconsistent for me to be able to identify it.|
||The item that is initially show and then removed seems to be unpin it.|