On Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 8:03 AM, Robert Haas <robertmh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 20, 2016 at 9:31 AM, Michael Paquier > <michael.paqu...@gmail.com> wrote: > > And the patch attached gives the following output: > > With title: > > =# \watch 1 > > Watch every 1s Sun Mar 20 22:28:38 2016 > > popo > > a > > --- > > 1 > > (1 row) > This doesn't show the blank line above "popo" that the prior example had... > > > And without title: > > Watch every 1s Sun Mar 20 22:29:31 2016 > > > > a > > --- > > 1 > > (1 row) > > Unchanged from present behavior - but its not obvious that the watch line is center-aligned And does everybody agree that this is a desirable change? > Adding the title is desirable. While I'm inclined to bike-shed this anything that gets it in I can live with and so I'm content letting the author/committer decide where exactly things (including whitespace) appear. It is a bit odd that the "Watch every %s...." gets centered if the result is wide but that the title remains left-aligned. The minimally invasive change would be the following: >optional title< >watch< >(blank line) >headers >head-body divider >body >optional footer Though I like the idea of: >optional title >(blank line - if Title present) >headers >head-body divider >body >optional footer >watch David J.