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Re: default button behaviour & shortcuts

From: Thomas Eyde <thomas.eyde_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 13:37:34 CEST

I think the main confusion in the comment dialog is caused by the
activated look of the OK button. I know I hit ENTER with the intention
to activate the OK button, then sit there for a while wondering why
nothing happens.

I also fail to see that the edit field actually has the focus.

Maybe you could remove the activated look of the OK button?

On 6/19/06, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> > the expected (default windows) behaviour would be:
> > - pressing <Enter> should trigger the clicked event on the <OK> button - instead, it adds a CR/LF to the "comments box"
> Yikes!
> You really think that pressing <Enter> while the focus is on an edit
> control should actually trigger the default button? This might be
> possible for one-line-editcontrols, but it's simply not possible for
> multiline edit controls (at least not if you're using the shell edit
> control, the one I would consider "windows standard").
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