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Go to prev() step when shift+tab is pressed.
The tab key is used for navigation to override the browser default behavior: navigating to next link, button or other widget, which would cause the browser to scroll to that widget being visible in the window. However, since some time ago, shift+tab (and shift+anything) would be ignored. Thus, if user presses shift+tab, the unwanted default behavior still happens. (...just in the opposite direction.) This patch adds shift+tab as a special case, and ties it to impress().prev(). Anything else with shift pressed will still be ignored. References: impress#116 impress#550
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