sublimator wrote:How does ranking/matching currently work?
I typed in 'web' and for the top ranking match it first highlighted a 'b' ( in budget ) then later where there was a 'web' it only highlighted 'we' ?
marksteve wrote:I haven't checked out the previous builds of X but I hope the quick open panels won't be in dialog boxes for the final version or at least to not allow multiple quick open boxes. But I do like the new look.
jps wrote:I'm planning on making the quick panel dialogs modal, which will disallow the multiple quick panel dialogs. I'm also planning to experiment with placing the panel in the side bar, but it remains to be seen if the width restrictions there will be too much.
I'm not super keen on changing the ranking based on usage (or other signals, like file modification times), because then the rankings aren't consistent over time: if forces the user to pay more attention. I am planning on remembering the last highlighted file for a particular input though.
corelon wrote:You mention that Control-Left Click on MacOSX does column select. Actually this is reserved for right click especially on one button mice and more importantly on mac laptops. Maybe you should change that to something else?
corelon wrote:I mentioned that on some linuxes I tried it it would not run because it would complain about UCS4. I did a bit of searching and found that Ubuntu compiles python with ucs4 support while the default configuration for python compilation (and thus the default for other distributions) is ucs2. Is it possible to provide an alternative for other distros? I am willing to test it in at least fedora and archlinux.
corelon wrote:EDIT: Just downloaded for linux. The problem with accented (tonos) greek vowels is fixed. I still have the problem with Backspace, Delete and Return keys not working.
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