[TxMt] Floating Drawer

Michael Jackson mjijackson at gmail.com
Thu May 3 17:31:53 UTC 2007

On May 3, 2007, at 8:14 AM, Xavier Noria wrote:

> On May 3, 2007, at 3:41 PM, Xavier Cambar wrote:
>> Le 3 mai 07 à 13:39, Allan Odgaard a écrit :
>>> Have you tried ⌘T?
>> Yes, I did, and it's quite unappropriate because it displays an  
>> unordered listing of files. Well, in fact it displays an  
>> alphanumerically ordered one, but what I was talking about was  
>> more a tree list of files, so I can navigate files and folders for  
>> the right item and maintain a coherent mental perception of it.
>> It's quite perturbating to move from a navigating system to  
>> another, and this is what ⌘T provides, for someone used to the  
>> drawer.
> Yeah, ⌘T is provided as a filter, not a browser. For occasional  
> browsing with megazoomer perhaps switching on and off via ⌘↩  
> would be the closest solution as of today.
> -- fxn

Speaking of editing in full screen mode with megazoomer, how do you  
get the ⌘↩ to zoom the window properly? Whenever I try it, I just  
get a return entered in the text I'm currently editing. By the way, I  
think a floating drawer would be a great idea.



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