Just imagine I have 120 open projects ;-)
Seriously: From time to time an id like "117" appears after the "97", and
obviously the 97 is not the latest project.
So is there a limit of 100 jobs or so? Today most program icons take up more
space than the list of jobs, so I wonder why this limit exists.
>>> tmodes <1631...@bugs.launchpad.net> schrieb am 12.10.2016 um 18:17 in
> The last entry in the batch queue has id 97, has visible in the screenshot.
> So this matches. There are not projects with higher ID.
> The first column is an ID, not a consecutive number!
> And again the batch queue is not intended for a permanent saving of stitched
> projects. It is intended for intermediate saving of open projects.
> ** Changed in: hugin
> Status: Incomplete => Invalid
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> PTBatcherGUI.exe doen not display > 100 jobs
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> Bug description:
> I have built more than 100 panoramas. When building #107, I noticed
> that PTBatcherGUI.exe does only display up to #97. I don't see the
> other jobs, specifically not whether they were successful.
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PTBatcherGUI.exe doen not display > 100 jobs
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I have built more than 100 panoramas. When building #107, I noticed
that PTBatcherGUI.exe does only display up to #97. I don't see the
other jobs, specifically not whether they were successful.
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