Re: TortoiseMerge shortcut keys
On 19.04.2011 15:01, Bengt Gunne wrote:
> I use TortoiseMerge a lot and it is a great and scalable utility. One use is to verify test suites that at times contains many differences that are each reviewed and "approved" individually.
> For this type of work I use the the shortcut keys extensively. To move to the next difference ctrl-downarrow is used and then alt-rightarrow is used when the diff is ok. Each of these keys has to pressed in the correct order and is really slow. This is really cumbersome and actually limits productivity.
> The alt-key has an additional problem as it also activates the menu if pressed an extra time.
> If would be great if the shortcut keys used for "Use left block" was changed to ctrl-right arrow. This would really speed up the entire process and would require much less effort! If generalized ctrl-leftarrow could be used to move the change in the other direction!
> When you back out of a change with ctrl-z the utility sometimes moves to another place in the file (this is not terribly important but I thought I would mention it).
Ctrl-right/left is used for the cursor/caret, moving one word
left/right. That's a common shortcut key for that. I'd like to keep that.
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Received on 2011-04-19 20:15:25 CEST
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