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#84 content sensive help key binding

closed-rejected
Tino Weinkauf
Other (20)
5
2003-01-10
2002-12-30
Raphael Goubet
No

Sadao wrote:

The content sensive help activation key binding are not
the usual ones.

Most windows applications associate <ctrl>F1 as content
sensive help and reserving F1 as normal help calling.

The TeXnicCenter associate F1 to content sensive help,
not <ctrl>F1.

Sadao
http://www2.dm.ufscar.br/~sadao/

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  • Tino Weinkauf
    Tino Weinkauf
    2003-01-10

    • labels: --> Other
    • assigned_to: nobody --> niteria
    • status: open --> closed-rejected
     
  • Tino Weinkauf
    Tino Weinkauf
    2003-01-10

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    Well, "most" apps do it that way...?

    1. You can assign key bindings as you wish.
    2. There is no real difference between normal help and
    context sensitive latex-help. Everything is inside one
    help-file.
    3. The way as it is now, it is used be a lot of apps I know.
    And especially by MS Visual Studio.

     


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