[squeak-dev] Right-click on workspace stops functioning
frank.shearar at angband.za.org
Wed Apr 28 20:19:45 UTC 2010
On 2010/04/28 22:03, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On 28.04.2010, at 21:56, Frank Shearar wrote:
>> On 2010/04/26 21:28, Frank Shearar wrote:
>>> On 2010/04/26 20:54, Chris Muller wrote:
>>>>> In focused workspace window, press alt-o.
>>>>> I'm not sure what it does, but sometimes, i pressing wrong keys
>>>>> (instead of alt-p, or alt-i) and got my workspace duplicated.
>>>> Yes, this happens to me too. I never was quite sure what the purpose
>>>> of Command+o is supposed to be.. Does anyone know?
>>> I don't, but I know why at least. I'm still trying to figure out how
>>> best to fix it though.
>> I have a fix for the issue. It doesn't duplicate the old behavior exactly, because it makes a new Workspace with the same content as the old window (like the original behaviour, only with a working menu)... but leaves the original Workspace's contents unchanged.
>> If that's acceptable, I'm happy to push the changes to the Inbox for perusal.
> What would be the point of that? Spawning means to stash away your current train of thought and return to the latest saved version. Having two windows with the same contents doesn't seem to make sense to me.
That's great. Chris asked the point of spawning, and I didn't know either.
So, based on what you say above, and looking at TextEditor>>spawn, is
this how Workspaces are supposed to work?
Enter "3 + 4". Save. Change the text to "3 + 4 i". Spawn the Workspace.
The NEW Workspace now has "3 + 4 i" as its contents, while the current
one has "3 + 4", the contents as at the time you last hit cmd-s?
Ah, indeed, that's how it's supposed to work according to trunk. OK.
Well, my code's almost right then :) I'll make it all the way correct,
and submit it to the Inbox.
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