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Re: [Gnumed-devel] usage problems

From: Jerzy Luszawski
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] usage problems
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 20:52:12 +0200
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Monday 11 August 2008 20:15:25 Karsten Hilbert napisaƂ(a):
> > > The intention is to have them jump to the previous/next
> > > field only if they are in the first/last line of one of the
> > > multiline input fields. The calculation for this seems to
> > > get confused at times while it works right at others. If you
> > > think this is a big concern I can disable that behaviour
> > > easily.
> >
> > My philosophy is that if a person uses a computer for more than one
> > program,
> > he gets used to some keys behavior. Changing it is awfully annoying.
> > Really!
> > Tab/Shift-Tab are commonly used to swich fields, and arrows are for
> > navigation inside text.
> Well, since the text controls for entering either of SOAP are placed next
> to each other without any pixels between them they appear as if they
> are one big field rather than several of them. To our current users it
> apparently feels not unnatural to have the up-arrow key "jump fields" when
> in the first line.
Yes, but why down-arrow jumps to the next field instead of next line when in 
the *first* line? :-) This is what annoys me. This makes keyboard navigation 

> I will ask existing users about that.
> If the don't like a change I'll see if I can make it configurable.
Nice, but it is low priority. Just think about it and ask them.

> > > > 4. Options/User interface/Workplaces dialog shows the list with only
> > > > first letter for each defined workplaces.
> > > > The same is in the next "Plugins" dialog.

> I changed the way how a subscriptable datatype was detected when adding

Thanks for taking time to explain this. I learned something. 


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