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Add an option to exact-match keybindings #1493

merged 15 commits into from May 8, 2018


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Fixes ppy/osu#2315 .

The cause was that Shift+Delete was being handled as a Delete keybind due to permissive matching. I discussed possible solutions with @peppy and this is the best we've come up with at the moment - passing OnKeyDown/OnAction simultaneously wouldn't solve the issue as the elements are at different depths anyway.

I still think there is some validity to passing OnKeyDown/OnAction simultaneously , but that's a future consideration and wouldn't negate this change.

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peppy commented Apr 9, 2018

This probably deserves to be added to TestCaseKeyBindings.

smoogipoo and others added 10 commits April 12, 2018 14:55
This caused problems with Ctrl+F1 on mac :(
Because all OnPressed methods returned false, the input was propagating down to all buttons, which resulted in incorrect values for SimultaneousMode = None.

E.g. SimultaneousMode = None with Ctrl+A:
1. Pass down Ctrl+A, the Ctrl+A button responds to it but doesn't handle it.
2. Since Ctrl+A wasn't handled, A is passed down. A button gets lit up, Ctrl+A button gets released due to the simultaneous mode.
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peppy commented Apr 18, 2018

Can trigger an assert fail:

  • Press Ctrl
  • Press D
  • Press F
  • Release D


@peppy peppy merged commit 11e4535 into ppy:master May 8, 2018
@smoogipoo smoogipoo deleted the keybinding-exact-matching branch November 26, 2018 02:10
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