#187 SrcEdit:Undo Has Too Fine Granularity--Indents, Pastes, etc.

Bug
closed-fixed
SrcEdit (57)
3
2008-03-23
2005-06-24
No

Undos on operations that appear atomic from the point of view of the
user should undo the entire operation, not the last atomic part of it
from the editor's point of view. Currently, undoing operations that
have multiple components only undoes one of them.

Example:

Make a "return" stoke in an indented line, then undo. The auto-indent
in the new line is deleted, but not the new line.

Select some text, write a character to overwrite it, then undo. The
old text is returned, but the new character is still there, immediately
after it.

Discussion

  • Nick Guenther

    Nick Guenther - 2005-07-03

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    I second this. Also when highlight some text then write a
    character over it, and then tap Undo the old text is
    restored but the new character is kept.

     
  • John Wilund

    John Wilund - 2006-01-23
    • assigned_to: nobody --> johwil
    • labels: --> SrcEdit
     
  • John Wilund

    John Wilund - 2008-03-23
    • priority: 5 --> 3
    • summary: Undo Has Too Fine Granularity--Indents, Pastes, etc. --> SrcEdit:Undo Has Too Fine Granularity--Indents, Pastes, etc.
    • milestone: --> Bug
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     

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