[squeak-dev] 4.2-10966 is now available
Ken G. Brown
kbrown at mac.com
Mon Feb 7 20:36:27 UTC 2011
Not sure if this is exactly what you mean, but in Squeak 4.2 10966 on Mac,
I disabled swapMouseButtons preference to get cmd-click to work for bringing up halos,
I disabled scrolBarsWithoutMenuButton to get the little menu button above the scrollBars in the Browser pane.
I also have menuButtonInToolPane preference enabled. Not sure of the interaction of these two preferences.
Then I loaded OCompletion from Help/Extending the system Workspace.
Then I loaded OCForOB-rr.2.mcz from SqueakSource from <http://www.squeaksource.com/OCompletion> otherwise the OmniBrowser load from the Help/Extending the system Workspace fails because it cannot find OCForOB-rr.2.mcz.
Then I loaded OmniBrowser as per the Help/Extending the system Workspace
Then I open a new browser, now called System Browser, select a Tests class category, and I see the run tests in the menu from the menu button just above the top class category scrollBar arrow, or alternately by option-clicking in the class category pane. Seems to also show from the class pane when a test class is selected there.
At 4:51 PM -0300 2/7/11, Facundo Vozzi apparently wrote:
>how did you get the contextual menu on, by example, a Test class to run it from the class browser? Yes, it sound a stupid question but I was working on Pharo and the rigth bottom get the contextual menu and not the halos.
>On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 4:40 PM, Ken G. Brown <<mailto:kbrown at mac.com>kbrown at mac.com> wrote:
>At 4:08 PM -0300 2/7/11, Ricardo Moran apparently wrote:
> >On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 4:03 PM, Ken G. Brown <<mailto:<mailto:kbrown at mac.com>kbrown at mac.com><mailto:kbrown at mac.com>kbrown at mac.com> wrote:
>>At 1:01 PM -0700 2/5/11, Ken G. Brown apparently wrote:
>>>At 2:39 PM -0600 2/4/11, Chris Muller apparently wrote:
>>>>Ok, the final-final image is now ready.
>>>>All-in-One also updated.
>>>>Thanks for everyone's testing. Anything else we find can be applied
>>>>to squeak42 repository and then merged into trunk. I see no way this
>>>>would cause any continuity problems upgrading a 4.2 to a trunk.
>>>> - Chris
>>>There used to be a feature where when you typed a double quote, it would give you two and then what you typed next would go in between the two double quotes.
>>>Also if you selected some text, then typed a double quote, two double quotes would surround the selected text thereby commenting out the selected text.
>>>I found this feature very handy once I got used to it.
>>>This no longer seems to work and I cannot find a Preference for the feature.
>>>Does anyone know how to turn this back on?
>>Answering my own question in case it is helpful to someone else.
>>The feature apparently comes from OCompletion which can be loaded from the 'Extending the System' Workspace.
>>Thanks! I tried to find the same feature yesterday with no success. I just forgot it came with OCompletion! :)
>Yeah, ditto here!
>Once I understood the way it worked and got used to it, I found it really handy and missed it when it wasn't there.
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