POV-Ray : Newsgroups : povray.programming : qtpov : Re: qtpov 0.2 Server Time
16 Apr 2024 07:12:39 EDT (-0400)
  Re: qtpov 0.2  
From: dick balaska
Date: 14 Dec 2017 04:12:24
Message: <5a324078$1@news.povray.org>
On 12/14/2017 01:19 AM, clipka wrote:
> Am 14.12.2017 um 04:17 schrieb dick balaska:
> 
>> Adds a bookmark system.
>> http://www.buckosoft.com/qtpov/bookmarks/
> 
> Bookmarks are cool.
> Do they stick around when you close and re-open a file?

But of course! My goal is, exit and restart and you are exactly in the 
state you left it.
The part I think is cool is it remembers the docking state and size of 
all of the windows/widgets.

Eclipse's bookmarks can get confused about the line they live on. I 
always gave them a pass on that. But after writing it, it's like a 
single 4 variable formula!
     if (bmLine > cursorLine)
         bmLine += newLineCount-oldLineCount;

> 
> 
>> Configurable shortcuts/hotkeys.
>> http://www.buckosoft.com/qtpov/configure/keys.php
> 

> I'd love to see a genuine 1:N
> mapping, as supported e.g. by Microsoft Word.

I can create M shortcuts/keys and connect them to N functions.

At first I was thinking I need to see an example of a configuration UI. 
But I got something...

> Don't tell me Microsoft
> can create better UIs than you ;))

How dare you, sir!

I was gonna say, "Well, my goal is to make it work first, and then 
polish it".  but instead I'll go with

Sir! How dare you?

Now I have to do this stupid thing that only half interests me, when I 
would much rather select a block of text and type Ctrl-/ to comment it 
out.  (Or select text and type Tab and have it indent instead of 
replacing the selection with a tab. That's irksome... Stupid program.)

And for Ctrl-/ it made me realize; I never use the menus for 
Copy/Paste/Shift. But I do use the menus to see what features an editor 
supports and what hotkey it is. So I need to add a menu for 
Cut/Copy/Paste. Frowny face because I have to control it (Paste is 
dimmed if the buffer is empty.)


--
dik


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