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Suggestion: Convert back from %r to newlines #510

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fuzzyweapon opened this issue Feb 29, 2020 · 3 comments
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Suggestion: Convert back from %r to newlines #510

fuzzyweapon opened this issue Feb 29, 2020 · 3 comments

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@fuzzyweapon
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@fuzzyweapon fuzzyweapon commented Feb 29, 2020

There are a few things that are strange to me:

  • conversion of newlines and spaces to their mush equivalents is split into two different functions, and cannot be bound to the same hotkey (I can't think of any case I have where if I'm doing one I don't want to do the other as well)
  • There doesn't seem to be a way to convert back from %r and %b-s. A lot of time when I'm pulling something out of a MUSH to edit it, I want to convert it back to something that's easier to edit and see before converting it back to MUSH formatting codes.
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@talvo talvo commented Apr 7, 2020

  • Added a new option for custom keyboard shortcuts so conversion to %b and %r can be bound to a single keyboard shortcut.

  • Not unreasonable, I'll look into this later :)

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@fuzzyweapon fuzzyweapon commented Jul 30, 2020

Can tab (%t) conversions too? Just forgot about this till I started using it. D:

I can enter this into its own ticket and link back to this if you prefer.

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@fuzzyweapon fuzzyweapon commented Jul 30, 2020

btw, thank you! These were really the only things that I felt were universally helpful that Potato didn't have in terms of functionality (taking account cross-platform limitations that can't be helped). Love this thing. :)

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