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#421 use Ctrl-< and Ctrl-> to cycle thru open windows

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closed-accepted
puredata (385)
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2012-12-17
2011-09-25
No

This patch allows you to use Ctrl/Cmd < and > to cycle through all of the open windows in different directions.

Discussion

  • max

    max - 2011-09-26

    That's the standard on german keyboard layouts for cycling through the windows of the active application on OS X. I'd very much apprechiate if this would work in Pd. That said, i think it might actually be a bug in Tcl/Tk that it isn't working right now.

     
  • Miller Puckette

    Miller Puckette - 2012-12-15

    I tried this and got funny behavior - ctrl < focussed the previous window OK, but also sent it to the back of
    the window stacking order.. Can this be what was intended???

     
  • Hans-Christoph Steiner

    yes, that's what is intended. I think each WM will have different ideas of how this should work, like for people who have focus changing based on mouse presence not clicking. But I think this is the most common paradigm. Others can be implemented in plugins

     
  • Miller Puckette

    Miller Puckette - 2012-12-17

    OK - but man, is it bizarre how ctrl-< actes in XFCE - I'm guessing this is XFCE being wierd
    and not our fault. Anyhow, I've applied this for 0.44

     
  • Hans-Christoph Steiner

    Oh, sorry, I think I misunderstood, and I just tried it on GNOME and it behaved similarly. This was mostly meant for Mac OS X. I guess that [wm stackorder .] does differrent things on different platforms. For anyone who wants to improve this, the thing to do would be to test for platform using $::windowingsystem in ::pd_menucommands::menu_raisepreviouswindow

     
  • Hans-Christoph Steiner

    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     

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