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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby theblacklion on Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:25 pm

jbrooksuk wrote:
theblacklion wrote:Or another example:
My orgmode plugin has checkboxes. These can currently be toggled by bringing the cursor over them (correct scope) and hitting return. This could also be triggered alternatively by a left click.

I take it the context would be that the mouse click is between [] right?


The scope currently covers the brackets. So it would be anywhere on or between these.
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby theblacklion on Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:54 pm

Jon, I've an issue with the key bindings on OSX. When defining super+shift+o for example, it requires me to define super+shift+O. This is obviously strange and only applies to super+shift+something bindings.
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby guillermooo on Mon Mar 07, 2011 4:12 pm

I feel as if I was in a flight simulator... My mouse wheel scrolls the screen in the opposite direction :)
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby atomi on Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:28 pm

BUG:? Double clicking a file in the sidebar (as is customary to open a file on windows) will open the file directly above the file clicked on (in the sidebar dir tree).
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby adzenith on Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:43 pm

I'm really excited about the mouse commands!

Quick question: if I log_commands and click around, it prints a fair amount of information:
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command: mouse_test {"event": {"button": 1, "x": 426, "y": 246}, "subtractive": true}

But if I make a test command, and print out the args and kwargs, I don't get any of that sweet mouse information:
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('args:', ())
('kwargs:', {'subtractive': True})

Is there any way to access this? Perhaps also a command like view.rowcol(x_coord, y_coord)?
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby adzenith on Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:53 pm

Am I supposed to be able to edit a file while the Goto Anything panel is up? If I bring up the panel and select a file but don't hit Return, I can click in the previewed file to activate it, and then I can edit it, scroll around, etc., all while the GA panel just hangs out in front. Not sure if this is intended behavior.
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby adzenith on Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:57 pm

theblacklion wrote:Jon, I've an issue with the key bindings on OSX. When defining super+shift+o for example, it requires me to define super+shift+O. This is obviously strange and only applies to super+shift+something bindings.

Thanks for pointing this out! I thought I was going insane...
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby tstrokes on Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:19 pm

The new mousemap files are great. It is a very innovative idea.
It would be great if you could target specific areas of the UI as well.
This would allow for configuring things like double clicking on the tab bar for a new file or triple-click for open.
Hold right-click and click left to save all, double-click to close a tab, hold ctrl and click left on a tab to save ... you get the idea.
This would be even more useful when interacting with the sidebar.
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby theblacklion on Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:29 pm

tstrokes wrote:The new mousemap files are great. It is a very innovative idea.
It would be great if you could target specific areas of the UI as well.
This would allow for configuring things like double clicking on the tab bar for a new file or triple-click for open.
Hold right-click and click left to save all, double-click to close a tab, hold ctrl and click left on a tab to save ... you get the idea.
This would be even more useful when interacting with the sidebar.


Things like tabs could then be caught via context - I want to have context support ^^.
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Re: Dev Build 2041

Postby RNHurt on Mon Mar 07, 2011 7:15 pm

I'm on OS X and switching between tabs with the keyboard shortcut is not working reliably. Previously, using CMD+SHIFT+} to go to the next tab worked very well but after this update it seems to break when ST2 loses focus. I'm forced to go to the File->Switch Files->Next File menu item and then the keyboard shortcuts seem to start working again.

I can't reproduce the problem with 100% certainty and at first I thought it was my imagination. But it's happened several times in the past several hours and I'm pretty sure its a bug. If there is a better place to file a bug report please let me know and I'll make it official. :)

Thanx!
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