Re: Bugs

From: Alex <>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 11:49:34 -0700 (PDT)

2. This is an interesting issue. I use AutoHotkey hotstrings for
easily creating characters like , and alike. The hotstrings work
fine in Scite, but do not work in Textadept. I guess these issues are
related. It would be great, Mitchell, if you got around to looking
into this.

- Alex

On Mar 17, 1:01am, vais <> wrote:
> Hello, Rob,
> 1. This is kinda-sorta documented in the manual "Key Commands"
> section, but I agree it is actually misleading: it tells you that "In
> addition to dynamic key commands, static ones exist for various
> Textadept UI elements that cannot be changed without recompiling
> Textadept." The misleading part is "in addition" - the reality is that
> none of the dynamic key commands are supposed to work in any of the UI
> elements other than buffer views. This is by design, and probably a
> good thing. There was some discussion about forwarding key events to
> the dynamic key commands code, but it would be a confusing mess - my
> vote is to keep it as is and simply document the behavior more
> explicitly.
> 2. I get the same E5 on my mac as well. It may have something to do
> with the Alt/Option key hacks Mitchell had to do in order to work
> around some GTK-OSX key handling issues, but he can explain this
> better perhaps. I ruled out any character rendering issues by creating
> this character in another application and copying it over into a
> buffer - that works.
> Thanks,
> Vais
> On Mar 16, 8:34am, Rob <> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm using Textadept 1.6 Beta on Mac OS X 10.5.
> > 1. When having focus on the buffers, modules, etc. browser I cannot
> > use any of the Command-Shortcuts, like Quit, Open, etc.
> > 2. Special characters are not displayed correctly. E.g. typing Alt-a
> > does not show , but E5.
> > Can somebody confirm this or is it due to some encoding setting on my
> > machine?
Received on Tue 17 Mar 2009 - 14:49:34 EDT

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