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Re: "Tutorial" on modern toolset events & actions
Well, that’s certainly not where I was expecting the issue to be.
Cmd-X, Cmd-C and Cmd-D all work in immediate mode on OSX, both with and without the patch.
> On 7 Jul 2019, at 12:06, jp charras <jp.charras@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le 06/07/2019 à 19:43, Jeff Young a écrit :
>> OK, not really. More of an “exercise left to the reader”.
>> I'm working through a bug that doesn’t reproduce on OSX, and so have
>> been leaning on others (JP so far) to do a bit of sleuthing. One
>> side-effect is that there is a lot of info in the bug report for people
>> who aren’t familiar with the modern toolset. Might be worth reading if
>> you’re interested and haven’t been following it.
> Hi Jeff,
> Could you test this patch on OSX?
> (This patch is for tests only, not for committing)
> It fixes the Ctrl+D issue on Windows (but do not change anything on Linux).
> On Windows, the root cause was a wxEVT_CHAR_HOOK/wxEVT_CHAR filtering
> that filters the Ctrl+D (and certainly some others Ctrl+ ...) char
> events, and never dispatch it by the event dispatcher.
> The wxEVT_CHAR_HOOK/wxEVT_CHAR event handling is very tricky and is
> specific to each platform and what is working on a platform does not
> always work on the other platforms.
> Even with this patch, the Ctrl+X and the Ctrl+C commands do not work on
> Windows in immediate mode.
> Are they workinf on OSX?
> On Linux, with or without the patch:
> - Ctrl+X and the Ctrl+C commands do not work in immediate mode
> - Ctrl+D selects the symbol, but does not duplicate it.
> Jean-Pierre CHARRAS
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