[SVN] Revision 905 (SVK)

Brad Miller bonelake at mac.com
Tue May 17 01:38:30 UTC 2005

what is the long term plan for the key situation in Tiger?

I still get strange key behavior more often than I would like.  For  
example I use ^-f to move forward and I've changed both Reformat  
Paragraph and Reformat Selection to ctrl-option-w  but there are  
still times when I press ctrl-f and find whatever I'm working on  
reformatted.   I've been trying to pin it down, but its really hard  
because as soon as I hit command-z to undo then ctrl-f works the way  
I want it to.

Also I've got my own command bound to ctrl-shift-g but TextMate  
insists on calling To Opposite Case (^g)

On May 16, 2005, at 8:24 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On May 17, 2005, at 2:22, David Glasser wrote:
>> I was ignoring the key shortcuts because I was under the impression
>> that they had been removed in the latest beta or something?  What's
>> the status here?
> They are just gone from the menu, since Tiger removed the ability  
> for me to handle the keys myself (when these were in the menu), and  
> that sucks because of a) the disambiguater and b) scoped key  
> equivalents.
> But the keys still work. I may add the bundle name again to the menu.
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