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Re: default button behaviour & shortcuts

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-06-20 01:14:51 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 6/19/06, Ben De Pauw <ben.de.pauw@sofico.be> wrote:
>> Tortoise doesn't always follow the windows shortcuts & default button behaviour within it's dialog windows.
>> e.g.: in the "lock files" dialog window,
> Please define "windows default behavior", and provide a link to some
> official documents here.


"Defining one of your command buttons as a default button is a common
convention. However, when there is no appropriate button to designate as
the default button or you need to apply the ENTER key to another
function (for example, entering new lines in a multi-line text control),
you do not need to define a default button for the window. In addition,
when a particular control has the input focus and requires use of the
ENTER key, you can temporarily have no button defined as the default.
Then when the user moves the input focus out of the control, you can
restore the default button."

Notice the use of the language "do not need" and "can". This means that
they are recommended, not required.

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