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Thanks for the nice software. I've been trying out drpython with the codecompletion plugin (xubuntu and XP).
On both systems, I get codecompletion on hitting '.', but I do not get any calltips when hitting the '('. I must be missing something in the usage or installation process. Any help will be appreciated.
I remember vaguely, there were problems with that.
What kind of keyboard do you have?
Options => Configure Plugins => edit plugin source => code completion
around line 379:
DrFrame.AddKeyEvent(OnCallTip, ord('8'), Shift=1)
DrFrame.AddKeyEvent(OnHideCallTip, ord('9'), Shift=1)
Can you try to change that to lines for your assigned "(" und ")" keys to your keylayout?
Does that solve the problem?
I have tried that -- '9' and '0' -- and it does not work. I use a standard US-style keyboard.
For your info, the Shift is not recognized. If I use:
then hitting '8' will activate CallTip. However adding the Shift parameter causes CallTip not to work. I'm using xubuntu 8.10, python 2.5 and wxpython 2.8.
Even though '(' is Shift-8 and ')' is Shift-9, changing the keys to '8' and '9' with Shift=1 do not work.
The shifted and unshifted keycodes do NOT match! So what I did was to find the keycodes via the Get Key function in Customize Shortcuts ...
The code that works for me is:
DrFrame.AddKeyEvent(OnCallTip, 40, Shift=1)
DrFrame.AddKeyEvent(OnHideCallTip, 41, Shift=1)
Hope this helps others who face the problem. FYI, ord('9') is 57, ord('0') is 48.
Thanks Franz. I will check and let you know.