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Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y bug, esp with "redo"

Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y bug, esp with "redo"

Postby dep on Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:01 pm

Hello. I have a problem with these keyboard shortcuts.

For some reason, when I undo a large buffer of changes and then redo them again, when it gets to the end of the redo buffer, it will repeat the last redo action over and over again. Normal behavior in this case would be to do nothing.

Thanks,
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Re: Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y bug, esp with "redo"

Postby vim on Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:36 pm

use ctrl+shift+z to redo without this repeat. it is a feature, not a bug. this is the default binding, you can bind it as you want.
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Re: Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y bug, esp with "redo"

Postby EJ12N on Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:47 pm

dep wrote:Hello. I have a problem with these keyboard shortcuts.

For some reason, when I undo a large buffer of changes and then redo them again, when it gets to the end of the redo buffer, it will repeat the last redo action over and over again. Normal behavior in this case would be to do nothing.

Thanks,
dep


Like vim said is by design, once the redo "stack" is empty it will repeat the last command.
Default bindings (u can change them to whatever you want...):
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<binding key="ctrl+y" command="redoOrRepeat"/>
<binding key="ctrl+shift+z" command="redo"/>
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Re: Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y bug, esp with "redo"

Postby dep on Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:32 pm

Oh nice to know. Thanks for that. Cheers.
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Re: Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y bug, esp with "redo"

Postby jps on Sun Nov 08, 2009 11:13 am

I've changed this in 20091108 so it now works as expected when holding down Ctrl+Y to redo
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