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RE: Arrow keys usage in diff dialog

From: Kloster Oddvar <Oddvar.Kloster_at_sintef.no>
Date: 2007-11-12 11:01:50 CET

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Klenin [mailto:klenin@gmail.com]
> 1) prev/next difference -- still available via Ctrl+up/down
> -- I think this is enough,
> just slightly less convenient than before.


> 2) scrolling up/down a page -- I think PgUp/PgDown still works ok,
> except the issue with invisible cursor -- indeed, I do not
> see any reason
> to hide the cursor at all.

The problem with pgup/dn now is that they work in relation to the cursor
position, which does not change when you go to prev/next diff. But this
could be fixed by positioning the cursor at the start/end of the diff as

you navigate to it, and making the cursor visible.

> 3) scrolling up/down a line -- this is (very minor, IMHO)
> loss of functionality,
> as currently you have to press PgUp/PgDown to position
> cursor at the first/
> last line before scrolling.
> I am not sure if anybody actually used this, but I there is
> a demand, how about
> Alt+up/down for scrolling up/down one line?

If the cursor jumps to the diff and is visible, I don't see much need
for this.


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