[squeak-dev] Cmd-h on Mac OS X?

Yoshiki Ohshima yoshiki at vpri.org
Wed Oct 5 03:15:08 UTC 2011

  I switched to a new version of CogVM on Mac OS X ('Croquet Closure
Cog VM [CoInterpreter VMMaker.oscog-eem.128] Croquet Cog 4.0.0') and
it seems that the trick described below does not work anymore.

  Does anybody know why?  It is actually great if we can get Cmd-h and
Cmd-q in a sanctioned way...

-- Yoshiki

At Fri, 17 Jun 2011 12:35:44 -0700,
Yoshiki Ohshima wrote:
> At Fri, 17 Jun 2011 11:41:40 -0700,
> Casey Ransberger wrote:
> > 
> > How? I'm confused by the fact that Cog wants to quit when I do cmd-q, instead of trying to autocomplete what I'm typing. I've not yet figured out how keyboard shortcuts are managed, which is driving me somewhat nuts. I'd rather it did *nothing* than pop an unexpected dialog wherein clicking the wrong thing can cause me to lose work...
>   0. Make sure you are running on Mac OS X.
>   1. Make sure that when your VM is running, items such as "Undo" and
>      "Clear" are grayed out.
>   (The interface I'm using is in Japanese, so translation may vary in
>   the following.)
>   2. From System Preference -> Keyboard and then choose "Keyboard
>      Shortcut" tab.
>   3. "+" to add a new shortcut.
>   4. Choose "other" from Application drop down and nagivate to your
>      VM.
>   5. type Undo to Menu Title.
>   6. Click on the field below and hit Cmd-q.
>   7  Click "Add".
> -- Yoshiki

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