Bug #54773 SQL Editor and "+" behaviour on Linux
Submitted: 24 Jun 2010 11:48 Modified: 6 Feb 2013 21:45
Reporter: Susanne Ebrecht Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Workbench: SQL Editor Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:5.2.24 OS:Linux
Assigned to: Assigned Account CPU Architecture:Any

[24 Jun 2010 11:48] Susanne Ebrecht
I wanted to test bug #54523.

I used Ubuntu.

There aren't "+" or arrows by default.

You need to click onto the table -> collaps the table -> expand it again ... then you will get an arrow in front of all the tables you click onto before.

How to repeat:
Watch the video
[24 Jun 2010 11:49] Susanne Ebrecht
video about sql editor behaviour on arrows in table lists

Attachment: plusbug.ogv (video/ogg, text), 458.02 KiB.

[29 Jun 2010 10:53] Susanne Ebrecht
Bug #54523 could be the Windows effect of this bug here.
[7 Jul 2010 10:25] Daniel Seif
I have a similar behaviour with Fedora 12:

When I expand the "tables" item, no + icons are visible. When I click on a table's name, it becomes visible and clickable.
[6 Feb 2013 21:45] Alfredo Kojima
Closing old bug, no longer exists in latest version
[8 Feb 2013 9:24] Philip Olson
Fixed as of MySQL Workbench 5.2.46, and here's the changelog entry:

On Linux, the initial selection of a table within the schema viewer would
not display the "+" to view the selected table's data, such as the columns
and views. Reopening the schema table navigation tree would show the
previously selected table's "+" but this is now the default behavior.

Thank you for the bug report.