SK> Alexander Iljin wrote:
>> TortioseSVN -> Merge... -> Next
>> <select a valid URL to merge from>
>> -> Show log
>> <use arrow keys to select a single revision to merge>
>> -> press the Enter key: no reaction
>> expected reaction: the same as if the OK button was pressed,
>> since it is the default in the dialog
SK> Pressing return while the focus is on one of the list controls executes
SK> a diff (if the focus is on the top log list control, a diff is only done
SK> if enabled in the settings dialog).
Then, I guess, the OK button should not look like it is the
"default", i.e. receiving the "Enter" keypress.
Thank god it didn't start showing me the diff, since I'm paying per
Mb for the incoming traffic. Can that very same setting also control
the "default" status of the OK button, i.e. remove the status when
Enter is programmed to do something else? It would still have the
usability problem, but it wouldn't mislead by the appearance.
>> -> press Ctrl+Enter: no reaction either
SK> Implemented Ctrl+Enter in r16412.
Thank you for the workaround, but I'm not in a multiline edit box as
far as I can tell, so it seems like Enter is more approptiate than
Bottom line: Alt+O was more usable and discoverable. I used it.
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SK> But are you subscribed to the list with this email?
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Received on 2009-05-22 09:01:54 CEST