[squeak-dev] MessageNames: clicking on class names
ken at kencausey.com
Thu Apr 1 21:41:34 UTC 2010
Oops, it seems I really need to work on my reading comprehension. I
somehow mistook Chris' response for being part of my 'Why do the
buttons...' thread when it has in fact nothing to do with it. My
apologies Chris. With the exception of the first sentence or two, my
points below are still accurate, just not relevant for this thread.
On Thu, 2010-04-01 at 14:59 -0500, Ken Causey wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-04-01 at 13:20 -0600, Chris Muller wrote:
> > > I noticed that the new search morph in the docking bar will bring up class
> > > names as well as selector names. For instance, searching for "obj" will show
> > > things like "AbstractObjectsAsMethod".
> > >
> > > If you hit the browse button on these entries, though, nothing happens.
> > This is because the preference, #alternativeBrowseIt is disabled, by
> > default. Crazy isn't it? If just enable that and you can (b)rowse
> > hierarchy's, i(m)plementors, or se(n)ders with those keys..
> > - Chris
> It's not that simple. There is another clearly related problem that
> this does not address (oh, and your solution does not fix the problem,
> it simply leaves out the most glaring instance of the problem). The
> 'instance', '?', 'class' buttons have the same problem as the alternate
> browser buttons. Even more fun because they are in a subpane of the
> upper frame, try to enlarge just the source code pane by pulling the
> main divider up...the instance/?/class button pane is squashed and once
> it reaches it's lower limit you can't move the main divider up any
> farther. Instead you have to start by dragging up the divider between
> the pane listing the classes and the button pane then drag up the
> overall divider leaving enough space for the buttons. Not intuitive in
> my book.
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