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bug#426: 23.0.60; C-h k <down-mouse-2> in *Calendar* does not work

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: bug#426: 23.0.60; C-h k <down-mouse-2> in *Calendar* does not work
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 23:38:46 +0200

Am 16.06.2008 um 20:24 schrieb Glenn Morris:

Peter Dyballa wrote:

I was wondering why the mouse-2 menu ("Calendar") does not provide
anymore the option to view the diary entries of the selected day. In
GNU Emacs 22.2.1 the pop-up menu is titled "<date>" of that day and
offers to view this day's diary entries, which is now on mouse-3.

Sorry, I think I *now* finally realised that the two menus where just swapped. And there *is* the option to view a date's diary entries I missed earlier today ...

Typing C-h k and then pressing mouse-2 does to tell the key binding
but lets the menu pop up. (Actually the behaviour is the same with C-
h k <down-mouse-3> in GNU Emacs 22.2's *Calendar* buffer: in echo
area down-mouse-3- [or down-mouse-2-] is printed, obviously waiting
for further input.)

It's waiting for you to select a menu item, then you will be told the
binding of that item.

There must be more changed. In GNU Emacs 22.2 I can 'C-h k <down- mouse-2>' and a *Help* buffer opens telling me (excerpt, <mouse-2> left out):

        <down-mouse-2> at that spot runs the command calendar-mouse-2-date-menu
          which is an interactive Lisp function in `cal-menu.el'.
        It is bound to <down-mouse-2>.
        (calendar-mouse-2-date-menu EVENT)

'C-h k <down-mouse-3>' in GNU Emacs 23.0.60 does not produce the same (telling cal-menu-context-mouse-menu's name). This is consistent with <down-mouse-3> in GNU Emacs 22.2, although another menu (or just a key mapping, calendar-mouse-3-map?). GNU Emacs 22.2 at least tells me what one menu is ...

And the swap introduced a bug: in a floating tip window I get told that mouse-2 will open a menu of operations for this date, which is wrong.



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