[TxMt] REVISION 985
cskiadas at uchicago.edu
Thu Apr 27 15:49:46 UTC 2006
> [CHANGED] When erasing a key equivalent (by clicking the X), the
> input control will resign as first responder (i.e. lose focus).
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
> [NEW] It’s now possible to change the key equivalent used for the
> bundle items pop-up menu in the status bar. This is done by setting
> the OakBundleItemsPopUpMenuKeyEquivalent defaults property to the
> key string. The default is "^\033" (control-Escape). This key does
> have very low precedence.
How does one find the key string value for a key? For instance F3. I
found some unicode codes here:
and also this little app that tells you various codes here:
This program, for ctrl-escape, gave me:
Unicode: 27 / 0x1b
Key Code: 53 / 0x35
Modifiers: 262401 / 0x40101
And for F3 gave me:
Unicode: 63238 / 0xf706
Key Code: 99 / 0x63
Modifiers: 8388864 / 0x800100
Are any of these numbers the right thing? I'm worried because I am
not seeing \033 in either of these entries.
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