More text editing tools for text mode #337

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philostein opened this Issue May 29, 2011 · 6 comments

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philostein commented May 29, 2011

QS doesn't recognise ⌘Z (undo) when in text mode.

Also, being able to use the contents of the Clipboard and Shelf when in text mode would be a great feature.

brumm commented Jun 5, 2011

I think it should probably just behave like a normal text field. What I've been missing are shortcuts to hold down option to skip to punctuation - for instance in renaming mode, to jump to a period.

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pjrobertson commented Jul 19, 2011

I have implemented this, but am unsure as to how well it will work for 10.5 systems. If somebody could test, that would be good.

What do you mean by the 2nd part of your post?

@kukuku - you can already move about using ⌥→ and ⌥← as well as ⌘→ and ⌘← Am I missing something?

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philostein commented Jul 20, 2011

I have implemented this…

Great!

What do you mean by the 2nd part of your post?

Being able to access the Clipboard or Shelf floating/sliding windows while QS is in text mode. Currently QS disappears when activating them. It would make QS far more viable as an on-the-fly text editor.

@pjrobertson Was your fix supposed to enable ⌘Z in QS B61? I don't recall testing it before, but only triggers an error sound on Snow Leopard 10.6.8.

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philostein commented Oct 26, 2011

Same here, getting a system beep when pressing ⌘Z in text mode, Bezel and Nostromo. ß61 10.6.*

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@pjrobertson Was your fix supposed to enable ⌘Z in QS B61? I don't recall testing it before, but only triggers an error sound on Snow Leopard 10.6.8.

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pjrobertson commented Oct 26, 2011

I don't think it ever got merged into the ß61 codebase. It's sitting in a pull request/branch, which will eventually wind its way into a QS release.

Probably not ß62, but hopefully ß63 :)

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