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cmd+B quite server as default is really unsafe for performance #699

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sicklincoln opened this Issue · 0 comments

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After the fuss about avoiding a simple key combination for recompile library, I notice that you can still mess up a live performance by quitting the server via cmd+B (very close to cmd+v for paste...). Perhaps quit should be a little more difficult?

I also checked the key redefinition list; there is no way to have separate key commands for boot and quit server. Perhaps cmd+alt+b as the default? Or perhaps a small button for boot and quit could be restored.

@timblechmann timblechmann closed this issue from a commit
@timblechmann timblechmann scide: remove ctrl-b shortcut
in most cases one can use `ctrl-shift-b` to reboot the server. not sure
if we need a shortcut for boot-or-quit

fixes #699

Signed-off-by: Tim Blechmann <tim@klingt.org>
6cd1a8e
@timblechmann timblechmann referenced this issue from a commit
@timblechmann timblechmann scide: remove ctrl-b shortcut
in most cases one can use `ctrl-shift-b` to reboot the server. not sure
if we need a shortcut for boot-or-quit

fixes #699

Signed-off-by: Tim Blechmann <tim@klingt.org>
b370c1f
@sofakid sofakid referenced this issue from a commit in sofakid/supercollider
@timblechmann timblechmann scide: remove ctrl-b shortcut
in most cases one can use `ctrl-shift-b` to reboot the server. not sure
if we need a shortcut for boot-or-quit

fixes #699

Signed-off-by: Tim Blechmann <tim@klingt.org>
4a31bd3
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