milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca
Thu Dec 16 05:30:48 UTC 2004
I tried this by importing the changeset to 3.9. A
"duplicateAllControlAndAltKeys" preferences appeared. I tested the basics
(Ctrl-c/v/s/a Alt-c/v/s/a Ctrl+Shift-i, Alt_Shift-i) and they work.
A few that surprised me a bit (and I do not know what it is assumed to do): I
opened workspace, wrote some text, went to middle and did:
Alt-Home goes to top
Alt-End goes to bottom
Ctrl-Home works as Ctrl-a (highlight all)
Ctrl-End highlights one line
Ctrl-PgUp brings font menu
Ctrl-PgDown goes to top as well
This is great as far as i can say,
On December 15, 2004 12:57 am, Doug Way wrote:
> Adds a preference for duplicateAllControlAndAltKeys, set to true by
> default, based on the discussion in the recent "modifier
> duplicating/swapping" thread. This is equivalent to the "dupAll" from
> that thread. Preamble attached.
> (I promised myself I'd get this out before getting involved in the
> other threads... ;) )
> - Doug
> "Change Set: dupAllCtrlAltKeysPref-dew
> Date: 13 December 2004
> Author: Doug Way
> Adds a new preference duplicateAllCtrlAndAltkeys to duplicate all Ctrl
> and Alt modifier key commands, which causes all Ctrl key commands to
> behave the same as Alt-key commands. The original Ctrl (a.k.a.
> 'shift') key commands are still available via Ctrl-Shift and Alt-Shift.
> This differs from the existing ctrlAlt prefs which only duplicate/swap
> the eight editing keys. Also includes code to prevent these other two
> conflicting prefs from being activated at the same time.
> The three related prefs (swapCtrlAndAltKeys, duplicateCtrlAndAltKeys,
> duplicateAllCtrlAndAltKeys) should really be made into a radio button
> preferences set sometime in the future (like the Halo look
> preferences), since only one can be turned on at a time. This would
> eliminate the need for the #changed methods.
> See 'modifier' discussion on squeak-dev from 12/3/2004 for more details
> on why this was provided."!
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