[Pharo-project] Question on 2.0 : shortcuts for menu items

Goubier Thierry thierry.goubier at cea.fr
Fri Jul 13 09:57:27 EDT 2012


Le 13/07/2012 15:45, Benjamin a écrit :
> in a workspace evaluate
> KMLog setDebug
>
> Open a Transcript, and it will tell what ctrl+r is used for :)

It only tells you [Ctrl+r] :-(

Just noticed that my changes to NautilusUI were not taken in account anyway.

Thierry

> Ben
>
> On Jul 13, 2012, at 3:44 PM, Goubier Thierry wrote:
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>> Le 13/07/2012 15:36, Benjamin a écrit :
>>> command r is already used (to rename stuff)
>>
>> But it triggers on Alt+r, not Ctrl+r.
>>
>> Ctrl+r is caught, but I don't know by what.
>>
>> I'll try to change the key (or the rename key).
>>
>> Trying to follow the KM areas, but lost in a maze of small classes, all identical. How do you guys manage that ?
>>
>> Thierry
>>
>>> try a key not used like h
>>>
>>> Ben
>>>
>>> On Jul 13, 2012, at 3:32 PM, Goubier Thierry wrote:
>>>
>>>> Le 13/07/2012 14:42, Benjamin a écrit :
>>>>> (aBuilder shortcut: #Foo)
>>>>> 		category: #NautilusSourceCodeShortcuts
>>>>> 		default: $r command
>>>>> 		do: [:target | self formatTextFor: target sourceTextArea ]
>>>>> 		description: 'Format the text of a text morph'.
>>>>>
>>>>> Defined on class side of the class you want :)
>>>>
>>>> Found that, yes.
>>>>
>>>> Doesn't work...
>>>>
>>>> Cmd+r result in a tab (well, if Ctrl+r is really Cmd+r in Linux).
>>>>
>>>> Thierry
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