Hotkeys: need to manually press enter?

  • Dan

    Dan - 2009-06-13

    When I send code from Tinn-R to R using a send selection hotkey, R says:

    > source(.trPaths[5], echo=TRUE, max.deparse.length=150)

    At this point, I have to manually switch to R and press enter for the code to execute.

    Is there a way to avoid this, so that I can press the hotkey in Tinn-R and R automatically executes the code, without having to switch windows?

    Thanks so much for any help,

  • Anonymous - 2010-02-02

    I'm using Tinn-R and R (2.10.1). All works fine and both are
    integrated well (after using the permanent R configure option - great!).

    I activated the operational hotkeys e.g. send line Alt+R - and made it active.
    This does send the code to R but I still have to press ENTER is this normal.

    When clicking Send Line on the Tinn-R interface this is not required.

    Should I set-up anything else? I had a look in the help files but couldn't
    find anything.


  • jcfaria

    jcfaria - 2010-02-03


    Try other hotkey, for example (F4, F5, Ctrl+., etc).


  • Chris Seidel

    Chris Seidel - 2011-05-16

    I'm having this same problem. I recently upgraded to Windows 7, R 2.12, and
    TinnR, and when I try to send a line, the line is sent to R, but not
    executed. Instead, I have to switch to the RGui and hit 'Enter'. Usually I map
    send line to Alt+1, and send selection to Alt+2. I've tried using other
    hotkeys, but the results are unchanged.

    I can't figure out why the line is sent, but not executed. The solution is
    probably trivial, but escapes me.


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