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Cannot insert a line break if sending tweets on Enter is enabled #25

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Menelion opened this Issue Oct 1, 2013 · 1 comment

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Menelion commented Oct 1, 2013

when sending tweets on Enter is enabled (which is the default behavior), Ctrl+Enter doesn't insert a line break. It also does send a tweet, actually. I believe it would be more logical if Ctrl+Enter inserted a line break in this case (as it is in Skype, by the way).

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As WXPython doesn't seem to support catching a Ctrl+Enter press in a text field, I've decided to insert line breaks with Shift+Enter regardless of the "Send tweet on Enter" option state.
However, if the check box is unchecked, one may insert a line break with Enter, as it was before.

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Menelion commented Jul 20, 2015

As WXPython doesn't seem to support catching a Ctrl+Enter press in a text field, I've decided to insert line breaks with Shift+Enter regardless of the "Send tweet on Enter" option state.
However, if the check box is unchecked, one may insert a line break with Enter, as it was before.

@Menelion Menelion changed the title from When sending tweets on Enter is enabled, Ctrl+Enter doesn't insert a line break to Cannot insert a line break if sending tweets on Enter is enabled Jul 20, 2015

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