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calls count right on the CPU statistics screen AND shortcut

Postby kuzmeech » Mon Jan 24, 2005 6:09 pm

Dear Authors,

First of all, thanks for the great job.

I have two feature-questions:

1. I wonder if it's possible to include "callees count" column right into "CPU Statistics" screen - so it would not be necessary to press Ctrl+M every time these numbers are needed?

2. Minor Usability - there's an alternate wide-used shortcut combination for "close window" used almost everywhere Ctrl+W. Very convenient when using 10-finger typing - not to reach F4 key. Tested to close: Internet Explorer, Opera Browser, MS Word, MS Excel. Once discovered I've got used to it :)

Thanks again,

Sincerely,
Kuzmich
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Thanks for bringing this up!

Postby salient1 » Mon Jan 24, 2005 8:18 pm

I was just going to post a question on how to do this, but now it appears I'm not insane and there just isn't a way to do this.

YourKit devs, please... for the love of God, make it so I can see invocation counts AND time ON THE SAME SCREEN. The timings mean nothing to me whatsoever without the context of their invocation counts. I would like to buy your product but I simply won't consider it without this feature. It's too fundamental to not have in a performance profiling tool. Thanks,

Marc

p.s. Sorry if I sound harsh, but this feature is very important to me. :)
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Postby Vladimir Kondratyev » Tue Jan 25, 2005 7:25 am

I wonder if it's possible to include "callees count" column right into "CPU Statistics" screen - so it would not be necessary to press Ctrl+M every time these numbers are needed?

Actually we also miss this feature :)
We'll try add "Count" coulmn in the next build
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Postby Vladimir Kondratyev » Tue Jan 25, 2005 7:35 am

Minor Usability - there's an alternate wide-used shortcut combination for "close window" used almost everywhere Ctrl+W. Very convenient when using 10-finger typing - not to reach F4 key. Tested to close: Internet Explorer, Opera Browser, MS Word, MS Excel. Once discovered I've got used to it Smile


In normal application Ctrl+W closes document. It does not close application window. If Ctrl+W closes window is a GUI blooper. Profiler does not use "documents" metaphor, so Ctrl+W should not work. Two shortcuts for close window will confuse user. BTW, Alt+F4 isn't more difficult than Ctrl+W.
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Postby kuzmeech » Tue Jan 25, 2005 8:12 am

In normal application Ctrl+W closes document. It does not close application window. If Ctrl+W closes window is a GUI blooper. Profiler does not use "documents" metaphor, so Ctrl+W should not work. Two shortcuts for close window will confuse user. BTW, Alt+F4 isn't more difficult than Ctrl+W.


The document in YourKit is - a snapshot which we can open many.
I also missed the feature where I can rearrange tab labels for opened snapshots.

Ctrl+W is a Windows standard, as soon as it doesn't carry any action (and I think it shouldn't carry any other action, because that what actually confuse experienced Windows user for sure)
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Postby Vladimir Kondratyev » Tue Jan 25, 2005 8:57 am

The document in YourKit is - a snapshot which we can open many.


OK. I agree that Ctrl+W could close snapshot. But it will never close application's window.
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Postby Vladimir Kondratyev » Tue Jan 25, 2005 8:59 am

Ctrl+W works in build #516
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Postby kuzmeech » Tue Jan 25, 2005 9:31 am

Vladimir Kondratyev wrote:Ctrl+W works in build #516


Thank you very much :D !
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