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Alt + Click should not be handled #52

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ttencate opened this Issue Mar 13, 2011 · 2 comments

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ttencate commented Mar 13, 2011

Converted from SourceForge issue 2221615, submitted by nobody

I'm not sure how much rework this would require, but there are several applications that handle Alt + Click (ex. Photoshop's heal & clone, Google Chome's 'Save As', etc.). If it is at all possible to allow applications handle this event while Taekwindow remains in control of the potential drag. Manually firing the event after a half second of holding the click w/o moving the cursor or Alt + Left Mouse + Right Mouse? To be able to send such event without disabling Taek would be nice.

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ttencate commented Mar 13, 2011

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A workaround is to assign Taekwindow to the left Alt key, and to use the right Alt for Photoshop, Chrome, etc. But I guess it should be possible to pass a click to the application if the mouse is not moved more than the (system-configured) drag threshold.

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ttencate commented Mar 13, 2011

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(original submitter) Yeah, the secondary [alt] would be an acceptable workaround. I'll retract my stake on this issue.

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