[RCD] multi select question
richs at whidbey.net
richs at whidbey.net
Sat Sep 15 09:15:08 CEST 2007
Oh yes, we're using it in production now. Didn't have to change
It should be noted that "Alt" does toggle a menu toolbar in IE 7, so
each time a message is selected, the menus either appear or
disappears. It's less annoying than closing popups at least.
On Sep 14, 2007, at 3:07 PM, till wrote:
> Did you test it yet? Sure looks like it would get the job done.
> Is there anything else you "changed"?
> On 9/14/07, Rich at Whidbey Telecom <richs at whidbey.net> wrote:
>> Although I advise users to switch to Firefox, I worked around the
>> by allowing "alt + click" to behave the same as "ctrl + click".
>> To implement it, change line 130 in program/js/common.js from:
>> opcode += (e.ctrlKey && CONTROL_KEY) + (e.shiftKey && SHIFT_KEY);
>> opcode += (((e.altKey == true) ? e.altKey : e.ctrlKey) &&
>> CONTROL_KEY) +
>> (e.shiftKey && SHIFT_KEY);
>> If this doesn't cause any problems, maybe it should be added to
>> Thomas Bruederli wrote:
>>> Joel Clermont wrote:
>>>> The biggest problem people moan about is multi-select. It is not
>>>> intuitive to use a key modifier like Shift or Control to select
>>> What is not intuitive in this behavior? All apps behave like this.
>>>> In addition, in IE7 when you control-click it opens the
>>>> message in another tab, so if you control-click 10 messages to
>>>> them, you now also have 10 tabs to close.
>>> This is a problem currently not solved because IE7 does not allow
>>> between two
>>> different points of view: some people want to have the message
>>> subject as
>>> real link in order to open the message in a new tab by ctrl-
>>> clicking it and
>>> others want to select multiple messages using ctrl-click.
>>>> Is there something I am missing on this problem? Is there a setting
>>>> where I can enable an old school checkbox column for people to
>>>> use in
>>> We don't have checkboxes and there won't be any checkboxes at
>>> all. And
>>> please don't start yet another endless discussion about this!
>>> The only solution I see is to tell the users that they should not
>>> click the
>>> message subject (but another col or whitespace) when selecting
>>> messages with ctrl.
>>> List info: http://lists.roundcube.net/dev/
>> Rich Sandberg
>> richs at whidbey.net
>> Whidbey Telecom Network Operations
>> List info: http://lists.roundcube.net/dev/
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