[TxMt] Command-backtick not working?!?!
Victor Maurice Faubert
vicmf at concentric.net
Wed Apr 11 13:11:55 UTC 2007
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>Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 12:49:19 -0400
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>Subject: Re: [TxMt] Command-backtick not working?!?!
>On Apr 10, 2007, at 11:51 AM, Michael Larocque wrote:
>>I have a weird TextMate problem on my MacBook Pro. (My other
>>systems don't exhibit this behaviour) On this system, when I
>>command-` to switch windows in TextMate, it 'beeps' at me and
>>doesn't switch windows. All other apps (iTerm, Safari, Mail, etc)
>>work as per usual. Probably the only 'customization' that I've done
>>is that I keep svn up'ed in /Library/Application Support/TextMate.
>>I'm really at a loss as how to debug this. Any ideas greatly
>I would bet that somehow by accident cmd-` has been bound to some
>bundle item. Press ctrl-cmd-T, then click on the magnifying glass
>and set it to "key equivalent", and press cmd-`, and if it shows any
>items in the list then those are your culprits.
>>Chief Cook and Bottle Washer
>>Prolumina Communications Inc.
>Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
I can confirm this behaviour as well. In my case, it's an old
Machine Name: Power Mac G4 (AGP graphics)
Machine Model: PowerMac3,1
CPU Type: PowerPC G4 (2.9)
running Mac OS X 10.4.9. The list shown is empty,
yet I get a beep and no window switch.
However, looking at Keyboard Shortcuts in System Preferences
shows I had Keyboard Navigation unchecked; checking it makes
it work correctly. Perhaps this is Michael's problem?
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