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Re: Arrow keys usage in diff dialog

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-12 10:18:10 CET

On Nov 12, 2007 10:14 AM, Kloster Oddvar <Oddvar.Kloster@sintef.no> wrote:
> It used to be that when diffing two files in TSVNMerge, I could navigate
> using left/right arrow for prev/next difference and scroll using up/down
> arrow and pgup/pgdn. In later trunk builds, this has not been possible.
> Instead, the arrow and pgup/dn keys seem to control an invisible cursor,
> which only can be used to scroll rather awkwardly. Is this intentional?

The cursor should not be invisible. You should see the cursor just fine.
And yes, this is intentional: you can *edit* the text in the right
pane, that's why the cursor keys now don't jump to next/prev diffs but
only move the cursor.

Use F7/Shift-F7 to move to the next/prev diff.


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