Start with a short user story. ( e.g. kbd focus)
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azreal1977 at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 15 19:43:29 UTC 2006
Squeak has the old X windows style by default.
>From: "Lukas Renggli" <renggli at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: The general-purpose Squeak developers
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>To: "The general-purpose Squeak developers
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>Subject: Re: Start with a short user story. ( e.g. kbd focus)
>(fromrefactoring morphic thread)
>Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 11:17:14 +0100
>>How does the user indicate he wants the keyboard focus
>>to attend to a particular place?
>>What moves it?
>>What would not be allowed to move it?
>I would stick with existing practices of common operating systems,
>such as Mac OS X  or Aero :
>- there is at most one focused element at a time.
>- tab: moves the focus to the next item in a sequence (except for
>text-oriented controls that want tab characters, where alt-tab should
>be used to move to the next one).
>- shift-tab: moves the focus in reverse direction (except for
>text-oriented controls, where alt-shift-tab should be used to move to
>the previous one).
>- ctrl-tab: moves to the next window.
>- shift-ctrl-tab: moves to the previous window.
>- enter: presses the default button (e.g. accept a method).
>- esc: presses the cancel button (e.g. cancel a method).
>Of course the exact keys to be pressed should be discussed (maybe
>freely configurable), this is just an example. These stories
>(features) would already increase my productivity in Squeak heavily.
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