[squeak-dev] How do I convince a Workspace to stop "helping" me?

Herbert König herbertkoenig at gmx.net
Thu Apr 10 17:13:53 UTC 2014

Hey, thanks Chris for the reminder.

That gives me back the most used good things without the annoyances.

For my favourite " and ( it works with a German Keyboard layout (Win 7). 
Funny but ' does the same as ".
[{ and| work if you temporarily switch to US Layout by ALT+SHIFT and 
happen to know their locations on the US Keyboard.


Am 10.04.2014 17:11, schrieb Chris Muller:
> Frank wrote:
>> What would make
>> auto-enclose much more paredit like is automating the manipulation of
>> parens.  Not just adding a ) every time you type a ( but letting e you
>> "slurp" expressions into the enclosing paren (whether [], {} or ()
>> parens) or "burp" them out, deleting empty pairs of parens, and so on.
> Hey, did you happen to know about Command+', Command+Shift+",
> Command+(, Command+[, and Command+Shift+{ ?   :-)   They let you do
> exactly what I think you're saying.
> 1) Select an expression by either click+drag, double-clicking just
> inside any of ', ", (, [, {, }, ], or ), or, if you're at the
> keyboard, Command+Space when the text-cursor is positioned there.
> Note, the selection does not include the bracket/paren characters
> themselves, but up-to just inside them.
> 2) Press one of the above-mentioned Command key sequences.  If you
> press the same one that you're already in, it will toggle between
> adding/removing that expression ("slurp").  If you press one of those
> Command-key sequences that is different than the expression, it will
> add that surrounding bracket around the expression, toggling it on and
> off ("burp").
>   - Chris
>> Paredit takes a bit of getting used to - precisely because you're
>> leaning on the IDE more to manipulate expressions rather than
>> adding/deleting characters but once you get used to it, it's
>> awesome.
>> frank

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