[CinCV TNG] Cin 5.1 GG Proxy
ml1 at aimvis.de
Tue Sep 26 16:42:12 CEST 2017
> 1. put the Proxy files in their own folder instead of Media to avoid confusion
> 2. allow for creating a Proxy file from the Resources window (as Igor recommended)
> 3. some way to delete all related Proxy files (again, suggestion from Igor)
> 4. don't delete the Proxy file once you go back to original size from the Proxy folder
> But I am not sure about the file name changes/location. That's always going to be controversial.
thanks for the info.
> There is no menu entry, but you see it in shortcuts as the 3rd line below:
> Main Window Key Qualifier Description
> 'e' Toggle editing mode: from cut&paste or drag&drop
> '1 through 9' Toggle auto mode settings as in main menu shortcuts
> '1 through 8' Alt Select asset pgm 1-8; reset format (remove other trks)
I didn't find it because I searched (Ctrl-F) the shortcut page for:
> I currently don't need this feature, so just as a side note:
> Since the beginning of time ;) I use the Alt-1... keys to switch
> workspaces of my window manager.
> So, additionally to Alt-1... having maybe Shift-Alt-1... would be good
> Maybe since "the beginning of time" is a little bit exaggerated!! Alt-Tab and Alt-Shift-Tab is the way workspaces are switched in most systems. But PCWorld quote says:
> "Hold down Ctrl + Alt and tap an arrow key to quickly *move *up, down, left, or right between *workspaces*, depending on how they're laid out. Add the *Shift* key—so, press *Shift* + Ctrl + Alt and tap an arrow key—and you'll *switch* between *workspaces*, taking the currently active window with you to the new *workspace*.Mar 9, 2015"
> Anyway, there are a lot of shorcuts and it is getting hard to pick a new one. We personally use this feature every week so don't want to change it. If it becomes an issue in the future, we can add another method at that time.
sounds ok for me!
BTW: About 17 jears ago I switched from fvwm2 to WindowMaker ... no
idea what PCWorld is talking about. ;)
> There is a "remote control" feature which also would benefit from a dynamic key-binding scheme, but since it works with android phones, there is no pressure to change the current key function bindings. Key binding has been around since Motif, which is nearly as long as the beginning of time.
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