nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de
Tue Nov 19 14:52:32 EST 2002
On 19 Nov 2002 13:05:48 -0600
Tony Maro <tony at maro.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 2002-11-19 at 06:23, Mattias Gaertner wrote:
> > It seems, the selection handling needs some talk.
> > Because most users expects Delphi(TM) handling, I implemented it very
> > Delphish. The Delphi way is IMO sufficient but not very comfortable,
> > therefore there are some differences.
> Why not a setting option "Delphi IDE Selection mode" versus "Lazarus IDE
> Selection mode"
> Get the best of both worlds...
That's why I described the whole Delphi selection. Delphi has some holes,
where it simply does nothing. I think, the best of both worlds would be
something like a 'Lazarus' mode and a 'Delphi+Lazarus extensions' mode,
where the Delphi holes are filled.
The only difference between them is:
- rubberband selects grand childs (Delphi: off, Lazarus: on)
I don't think, that we should invent modes for just one option.
Of course we could add a further option:
- Keep Ctrl/Shift multiselection simple
(for users who like to press extra keys without any reason
except finger jogging)
But I'm not sure if this will be used often.
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