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Katmai Reporting Services 2008 Ruler not on by default and does not persist
4/10/2008 4:18:31 PM
User(s) can reproduce this bug
When you create a report in BIDS the ruler is not on by default.
When you turn it on it only turns it on for the current report.
If you turn it on for a report and reopen the report it does not remember the ruler.
SQL Server 2008 February CTP
Windows Server 2008 RC
Operating System Language
Steps to Reproduce
Open multiple reports
Right click in the yellow edge and select View Ruler
Open a new report.
Close and Reopen the first report.
The ruler does not show by default and is not remembered.
The ruler should be on by default and should be remembered.
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on 6/2/2014 at 12:00 PM
Oh, and by the way, the newly released add-in for SSDT for Visual Studio 2013 still does NOT open the Ruler by default.
EVEN IF THE RULER WAS OPEN WHEN THE RDL FILE WAS LAST SAVED.
on 3/14/2014 at 8:29 AM
Oh, and by the way, Visual Studio 2012 STILL does not open the Ruler by default.
This is NOT fixed, yet Microsoft has decided to flag this as Closed/Fixed.
I would LOVE to know WHICH VERSION it has been fixed in, and WHEN this was CLOSED.
Oh, well, one can dream...
on 10/9/2013 at 10:27 AM
This one has bugged me for a while.
Anybody besides me notice that in Visual Studio 2010 this is NOT fixed? Any body know exactly WHICH version they are referring to when they say it is fixed in a current or upcoming version?
Anybody know if they are going to fix prior versions of Visual Studio?
Michael D. Mayo
on 12/9/2009 at 7:56 PM
It WAS turned on... Each time microsoft comes out with a new version, we have to waste our time RELEARNING. Tell me, why did someone think it was a good idea to remove the ruler? This among many un-intuitive things... Is this an American product still?
on 4/23/2008 at 11:15 PM
Thank you for providing this feedback. We will consider changing the ruler to be on by default and to persist this setting between sessions in a future release.
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