charles at charlesmcnulty.com
Mon May 22 00:50:04 CEST 2006
Okay, but I'm warning you it's esoteric:
If you double-click on a row with the control key down the second click
should be ignored. The previous behavior was that RC would select and
then immediately unselect the row (or vice-versa if the row was already
selected). That is now fixed.
Previously if you double-clicked on the row with the control-key down
the message was not shown no matter what. The behavior now is that if
the record was previously unselected it is selected and then shown. If
it was previously selected it is unselected and then not shown. Again
this is in conformance to Outlook 2003.
Brett Patterson - Roundcube Forum Admin wrote:
> On Fri, 19 May 2006 11:50:13 -0500, Charles McNulty <charles at charlesmcnulty.com> wrote:
>> I just added "Enter" key support to the message list such that pressing
>> Enter will open the message.
>> I also learned a bit more about obscure behavior in
>> selecting/double-clicking/dragging messages with various mod keys
>> (shift/ctrl). Did you know that Outlook, Outlook Express and
>> Thunderbird all behave differently when you click-and-hold on a message
>> when the control key is held? Me neither. For the record Roundcube now
>> emulates Outlook 2003 behavior. I won't go into the details, suffice to
>> say you'll probably never notice the difference (but by-gum it's now
> Who said anything Microsoft does is "right"?
> But what does your functionality add?
> Brett Patterson
> Roundcube Forum Admin
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