[CinCV TNG] RFC:Next version

Einar Rünkaru einarrunkaru at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 19:16:27 CEST 2015



On 05/23/2015 12:02 AM, igor_ubuntu wrote:
> 2015-05-22 23:44 GMT+03:00 Einar Rünkaru <einarrunkaru at gmail.com
> <mailto:einarrunkaru at gmail.com>>:
>
>
>         In the menu, we see a lot of different combinations of keys by type
>         `Shift + Capital Letters`
>         However, these all functions are performed only if to use `Shift
>         + small
>         letters (lower case)`
>         What about  this:
>         "In the menu, we see a lot of different combinations of keys by type
>         `Shift + Capital Letters`
>         However, these all functions are performed only if to use `Shift
>         + small
>         letters (lower case) "
>
>
>     Shift+R means that you keep shift down and organize somehow a
>     capital R from keyboard. When CapsLock is off you get it. When
>     CapsLock is on you get small r (try in terminal). I do not see any
>     problem here though a lot of programs react on both r or R in
>     situations like this.
>
>
> It seems to me that we do not understand each other.
> The current situation leads to confusion.
> For example:
> The user sees the key combination Shift+R to bring up a dialog "Rendering."
> He presses this shortcut, but the dialog box does not open.
> The menu says one thing and in practice another occurs (Shift+r).
> Simply I think should be corrected localization fileand edit the menu items.

I do not understand you.

When CapsLock is off you hold down Shift and press key R - capital R is 
sent to program with notice that Shift is down. This opens render 
dialog. For me it seems expected behaviour.
>
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> How about this ?
> At first launch of program (after rm .bcast) the sound level meter looks
> cropped.
> http://savepic.ru/6884761.png
> User must resize the window slightly to digits displayed completely.

Unimportant bug. Fixing is postponed.

Einar


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