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Up/Down keys on Mac show "?" #294

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jarvisteach opened this Issue Nov 11, 2017 · 1 comment

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jarvisteach commented Nov 11, 2017

When pressing Up/Down arrows on Mac, ? in a box is shown.

It should go to the beginning/end of the line

jarvisteach added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 11, 2017

ttk updates, object generators
ttk updates #189
* dynamic inheritance wasn’y working, now dynamically create classes
when needed
* started setting up ttk styles - used for default messages and
validation entry
* implemented scale - lots of functions not supported
* added clean exception for NoteBook
* updated buttons on file entry
• updated label on validation entry
* suppress UP/DOWN on MAC #294

Updated testing - removed dynamic classes form __init__ and change type
checks in testing
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jarvisteach commented Nov 11, 2017

Quick fix - to simply ignore up/down key press on main entry

@jarvisteach jarvisteach changed the title from Up/Down keys on Max show ? to Up/Down keys on Mac show "?" Nov 13, 2017

jarvisteach added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 15, 2017

ttk themes & UP/DOWN on mac
Finished support for UP/DOWN in Mac #294

Initial support for additional ttk themes #189

@jarvisteach jarvisteach added this to the 0.90 milestone Nov 15, 2017

jarvisteach added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 14, 2018

Normalising simple name #239
Reorganising them to all function the same way.

Also, when pressing UP/DOWN in Entry, the text will now scroll as well
as the cursor being moved #294
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