As I mentioned above, this is on Windows 10. It is still happening but seems to be window size related. Resizing the browser window to different sizes causes the problem to come and go.
Thanks for taking over the maintenance for the vertabelo-jooq code generator!
Unfortunately, at the time this code was written, jOOQ 3.8.0 was not yet ready so it was done against a 3.8-SNAPSHOT. Between this snapshot and the official 3.8.0, some internal jOOQ changes were made that broke the build for vertabelo-jooq. I created a pull request on GitHub a couple of months ago so the code would build against jOOQ 3.8.0 (still works for 3.8.4) but the changes were never accepted and no more updates have been made to the repository.
It would be nice if this code was updated to work with jOOQ 3.8.x (see pull request) and even better if it was published to Maven Central so it could be easily included as a dependency for a project.
Great! I'm looking forward to it.
That explains why this was done this way (implementation detail) but it does not make it correct behaviour. If I opened the model with intent to edit but then decided to do nothing it will be marked as modified. This makes the "LAST EDITED" timestamp mostly useless since it does not indicate that the model was edited at all, only when the model was last opened with intent to edit.
As a user on a team, I cannot use this timestamp to check if a model has been updated by someone else. I can never tell if a change was made and I'm just not seeing it or if a change was never made at all!
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