[squeak-dev] [Ann][Cuis] Cuis 2.8 released
juan at jvuletich.org
Fri Nov 5 18:09:20 UTC 2010
I just released Cuis 2.9 with fixes to most of the issues you raise. :)
You can download it.
Enrico Spinielli wrote:
> Hi Juan,
> following your explanation (BTW KeyboardFocus section in 'Cuis
> Features' has to be updated accordingly)
> I tried the following with 'Cuis Features' and 'Useful Tweaks' windows open:
> 1. focus on 'Useful tweaks', issue Alt-Ctrl-<any arrows> ==> just
> moves the cursor
This was my mistake. It worked on the Mac, but failed on Windows,
because of the way the VM reports events. But as on Windows people won't
expect alt-arrows to control the text cursor (they use Home/End for
that), I made the keyboard navigation to be controlled with alt-arrows
on Windows and Linux and with control-command-arrows on the Mac. I
really don't like making platform specific behavior, but I couldn't find
a better solution.
> 2. focus on 'Useful tweaks', selection of Preferences string, Alt-b
> ==> no browser is opened
That's because those windows are not Workspaces, they are TextEditors.
Check the right-click menus, and you'll see.
> 3. repeated 2. on a newly opened Workspace ==> the browser opens, Hurray!
Yep. Workspaces do alt-b :)
> 4. repeated 1. with two newly opened Workspaces ==> no navigation
Fixed as said above.
> Hope it helps
It surely helped. Thanks for reporting these issues!
> On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 14:19, Juan Vuletich <juan at jvuletich.org> wrote:
>> Hi Enrico,
>> Enrico Spinielli wrote:
>>> Hi Juan,
>>> I am trying Cuis 2.8 with Teleplace VM 1.0.15 from Aug 18 2010 on MS
>>> I tried Alt-<arrow keys> to navigate to different workspaces but I do
>>> not see it working...
>>> It seems also Alt-b to open a browser does not work ... so maybe there
>>> is something
>>> wrong on my machine (but Squeak latest Trunk with the same VM is ok)
>>> Any feedback is welcome.
>> There is nothing wrong with your machine. To navigate windows, now you need
>> to use Ctrl-Alt-<arrows>. I changed this because I changed Alt-<arrows> to
>> control the text cursor as the Mac does (The knwon as 'Alt' in Windows is
>> called 'Command' on the Mac).
>> WRT Alt-b, Cuis does not include desktop keystrokes. Alt-b and others work
>> as usual on text windows.
>> Juan Vuletich
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