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Re[2]: [TSVN] Scintilla (was Re: [TSVN] New release soon?)

From: Will Dean <svn_at_indcomp.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-07 23:53:01 CET

At 23:41 07/01/2005 +0100, you wrote:

> >> As side effect on Scintilla: ESC on the textbox does not cancel the
> >> dialog.
>S> That should be good? Or do you want that happen again?
>Personally, I want that ESC cancels *every* dialog that might appear.
>I told you once -- don't pretend that you remember this -- that there
>are some dialogs which you cannot close/cancel using ESC. I'll test
>the r2371 tomorrow and will try to make a detailed list of this.

I agree. I think all dialogs should cancel with escape, because it's the
standard way Windows works. It drives me mad to hit escape to dismiss
something only to realise I have to go to the mouse to get rid of it. Or
do some combination of F4 and a modifier (can't ever remember that one).

If we're worried about losing log text accidentally, we should add some
kind of confirmation message if the text has changed.

Actually, thinking as I type, a nice feature would just be to persist the
log text in the edit control if the user escapes or cancels. I often on
TSVN start a commit, write the message, and then think better of it and
cancel the dialog. If I've written a particularly beautiful log message,
then I cut and paste into notepad or something until I'm actually ready to
do the commit.



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Received on Fri Jan 7 23:53:34 2005

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