[Pharo-users] One comment to new Pharo5 debugger

stepharo stepharo at free.fr
Thu May 26 04:31:58 EDT 2016


Thanks Sabine!

This is important that you report such problems.

Several people including me already reported this problem that we will 
have to address for real.

Stef


Le 25/5/16 à 21:43, Sabine Manaa a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> today I moved to Pharo5. It is great to get feedback and solutions for
> problems so quickly. It is a pleasure to work with Pharo and to have the
> community. I am grateful for having this.
>
> I have one comment. I don't want to complain, I can use it but I was
> wondering about the new position and size of the debugger buttons.
>
> There is a longer distance now from code text pane to the buttons - I see
> this as disadvantage to earlier versions of Pharo from the user experience.
> The buttons are a lot of smaller - same disadvantage - both if you use the
> mouse.
>
> Ok, after seeing that, I thought "Sabine, you should use keyboard shortcuts
> here, too" (I use much of them but interesting - til now not in the
> debugger).
>
> Then I saw the shortcuts for
> Proceed cmd+r
> Restart cmd-shift-a
> Into cmd-e
> over cmd-shift-o
> through cmd-shift-t
>
> especially into, over and through have so different key combinations, two
> with shift, one without shift. When I debug, I often use for example
> into-into-over-over-over-throuhg-through--into-into etc...and with the
> combinations cmd-e and cmd-shit-e, it is more "finger-work". It would be
> better to have all those shortcuts with or all shortcuts without shift. And
> the letters not so far away at the keyboard (e-o-t)
>
> This is only my opinion and my first impression after one day with Pharo5. I
> am sure, after a few days, I forgot that this was uncomfortable because I
> have the shortcuts coming automatically into my fingers.
>
> Regards
> Sabine
>
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