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Re: Zim 0.26 released !


On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 9:32 AM, Raphael Hertzog <hertzog@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It's not a new issue... one you start a block of indented text, it's
> difficult to get out of it. "Enter" adds a new line in the block, and the
> usual "backspace" doesn't revert the indent of any new line in the
> indented block.
> So what's the proper way to end a block of indented text?

Verbatim is a style just like bold or italic, so you can toggle
<Ctrl>T to turn it off while typing. The odd thing is that if you are
on a new line after a verbatim paragraph and toggle <Ctrl>T the indent
does not go away until you start typing. You can look at the statusbar
to get feedback whether you are in Verbatim or in normal style mode.

I have one suggestion lying around to make <Esc> toggle off all styles
and return to normal mode (effectively an alias for <Ctrl>6). I'm
considering adding this key binding in the next release because it
seems quite intuitive.