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Review screen questions (inline comments & horizontal scrolbar)

Hi,

We are new to Crusible (we use JIRA for years now) and have two crucible questions:

1. Is it possible to adjust the review screen to a view with horizondal scrolbars, instead of soft wrapping?

2. Comments: is it possible to not have the comments inline but at the side? Or is it possible to collapse them (to one row or so) because the code is less readable if (a lot of) comments are made


Thanx

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Well, it's a pitty. We had to uninstall Crusible... :-(

It's not working for us.

 

Code Collaborator from SmartBear works better :-)

anybody else???

Hi Felipe,

Thank you for both explanations! The "Comments" solution works :-)

Little follow up question: how can I make these settings persistent? like: how many rows, side-by-side, softwrapping etc.

 

But the scrollbar solution (with no wrapping) does not work. There is a scrollbar but only under total screen and not in the consequent side-by-side windows. I need to see both sides to be able to compare, but I don't want to use soft-wrapping.

With scrollbar but only one side visible.PNG

I Want to see both sides in one view with a crollbar which scrolls both sides at the same time. Like Code Collaborator reviewer does...

With scrollbar and both sides visible - Smartbear Collaborator.PNG

These scrollbars do work as one scrollbar: they scroll together (if one scrolls one, the other one scrolls too)

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Hi @AnToine van Maarle,

It is possible to switch between "Soft Wrapping" and "No Wrapping" (which might end up resulting in having horizontal scrollbars):

Screen Shot 2018-07-05 at 10.25.40.png

Regarding the comments, as can also be seen in the image above, they can be:

  • shown "Inline" (among the source code)
  • shown "Above" (before the source code)
  • be "Hidden".

I hope this helps!

Cheers,

Felipe

@Felipe Kraemer - deleted the same message (just see below)

In this example I have two different reviews (the top with long lines) but hopefully it makes my point ;-)

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