straw-man 3.2 default preferences
h.gedenryd at open.ac.uk
Sun Apr 28 07:48:24 UTC 2002
Scott Wallace wrote:
> Hi, Henrik,
> The worst manifestation of the kind of situation you describe was
> present for a few months in the image, between the publishing of
> update 4722fixScrollbarOnRight-sm.cs in early December 2001 and the
> arrival of update 4789scrollBarAgain-dew.cs in March 2002. Between
> those two updates, there was an inappropriately aggressive
> comeToFront call in the scrollbar-display code that could make
> windows gratuitously leap in front of naked morphs one was
> interacting with.
OK, I trust that it works with the latest updates, I had not gone past 4769.
However, the menu keys also prevent desktop shortcuts from working, like
cmd-w for closing windows and so on. I think this has to do with the new
focus mechanism (as I thought the above did, heh). Clicking on the
background doesn't help.
I have no strong preference concerning leaving it on or off. I think that it
works reasonably well in itself now. I just wanted the bugs to go away...
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