shift-select and control-select patch
charles at charlesmcnulty.com
Fri Mar 3 00:22:21 CET 2006
Here's a patch that might fix the problem and which at the very least
doesn't break for Firefox. Any mac users wanna give it a try?
Jamie Halmick wrote:
> The standard behavior is for
> command-click to perform non-contiguous multiple select.
> shift-click performs contiguous multiple select
> command-shift-click appears to perform just like shift-click
> At least that's how it works in the Finder, which I think should be the Mac
> reference for this type of behaviour.
> I think that substituting command for control with the current roundcube
> behaviour would be fine though as it's really just "more" functionality.
> : jamie
> "Much human ingenuity has gone into finding the ultimate Before. The current
> state of knowledge can be summarized thus: In the beginning, there was nothing,
> which exploded"
> - Terry Pratchett
> On Thu, 02 Mar 2006 16:21:20 -0600, Charles McNulty
> <charles at charlesmcnulty.com> wrote:
>> Is that the standard behavior for Macs? When I implemented the
>> select/control-click behavior, I studied exactly what Outlook, Outlook
>> Express and Thunderbird did in Windows (XP) and attempted to emulate
>> that exact behavior. I don't have a Mac, but if someone could describe
>> the exact behavior and key combinations with a Mac on a similar set of
>> standard applications, I'd be happy to attempt to implement it.
>> Key combinations to test are:
>> Situations to test are each of these in different combinations with each
>> other in different scenarios:
>> When nothing is selected
>> When a continous list of things are selected
>> When a non-continuous list of things are selected
>> So for instance, what happens when you click a list item, shift-click an
>> item 5 below it, command-click an item two up from that one and then
>> command-shift-click an item another 10 up from that?
>> If you can tell me definitively that a Command-click and
>> command-shift-click do the exact same thing in all situations as a
>> Control, then that will be an easy change. The key is predictability.
>> What I'm going for here is the exact same behavior in RC as in ... well
>> whatever you Mac users use for e-mail.
>> Jamie Halmick wrote:
>>> This new select behavior is nice for contiguous selection but doesn't
>> really work on Macintosh. When you control-click you get the context menu
>> (right click for Mac). Can you add the behavior so that the Command key
>> will do the same on the Mac as Control?
>>> : jamie
>>> "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by"
>>> - Douglas Adams
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