jamie at timeuser.com
Wed Mar 15 03:44:26 CET 2006
On Tue, 14 Mar 2006 17:18:27 -0700, Jacob Brunson <brunsonj at chem.byu.edu> wrote:
> The scrolling problem should have been fixed with the patches that I
> a while ago, and it should be fixed with the latest problem.
> Macs have 4 modifier keys: shift, ctrl, alt/option, apple-key, but they
> used quite as they are on linux/windows systems. The apple-key is used on
> mac where you would normally use a ctrl key on windows (press apple-x to
> instead of ctrl-x). Because macs only have one mouse button, normally you
> would use the ctrl key with a mouse click to get the context menu
> = right mouse button).
> This creates some problems with safari because a ctrl-click looks like
> both a
> ctrl-click and a right mouse button click. This is the problem you seem
> be having with the ctrl-click in roundcube.
> Unfortunately, I know of no ways to detect the apple modifier key from
> I didn't follow the latest round of changes to try and address the
> mac bugs, so I don't know what was submitted and if it fixes anything.
> running the latest public cvs and can say that ctrl-anything doesn't work.
> The only other thing I can say about safari is that using the arrow keys
> the keyboard don't work well. They will always cause the message list
> "frame" to scroll to the top. This is a bug in safari
> On Tuesday 14 March 2006 15:23, Charles McNulty wrote:
>> Try the latest CVS and see if the selecting works any better. I checked
>> in some changes to try to address the ctrl-click Mac bugs, but I didn't
>> get them in in time to be included in the .1 version.
>> You can also look back in the list archives for the discussion that
>> Jacob and I had around the middle of February. We were passing patches
>> back and forth that might be of use to you.
>> Basically it didn't work because Mac's don't *have* a control key, as
>> best I can tell. I fixed it so that on at least some browsers it will
>> use the "Command" key or whatever you guys call it. I still haven't
>> been able to test it, so any feedback is appreciated.
>> This is the first I've heard of the scrollbar not working. Is anyone
>> else experiencing this. Jacob (if you're still around) , is this
>> something you experienced?
>> Tony Zielinski wrote:
>> > I was surprised to find that ctrl+click does not work in the inbox in
>> > the popular Safari browser on MacOS. Shift+click works fine, just
>> > not ctrl+click. Works fine in Firefox and IE. Also, the scrollbar
>> > does not work in the inbox list surprisingly. I can see the bar, but
>> > it just won't move. I'm using the latest release of Safari on Mac
>> > OSX Tiger and the latest stable beta of RoundCube.
>> > If you want to really screw up the interface, try sending yourself an
>> > HTML email using <DIVS> to layout the page. All of the graphics end
>> > up in the upper-left-most corner of the browser window behind the
>> > roundcube logo. This seems to be true across IE and Firefox.
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