Cmd -Z in a standalone

Ron rbarber at yhb.att.ne.jp
Fri Dec 27 02:48:01 CST 2002


Hi David
Heh, thanks for the advice, I'll try not to undo 20+ years of UI history and
expectations. 

Now, back to my original question. It should not matter if I wanted to
assign 'C' to 'close all wds' as far as RR is concerned. So why am I getting
this kind of behavior?

Thanks
Ron

> From: David Vaughan <dvk at dvkconsult.com.au>
> Reply-To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2002 18:25:34 +1100
> To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Subject: Re: Cmd -Z in a standalone
> 
> 
> On Friday, Dec 27, 2002, at 18:11 Australia/Sydney, Ron wrote:
> 
>> Greetings,
>> 
>> More menu madness. I assigned cmd-Z as the keyboard equivalent to
>> 'close all
>> windows'. Built a standalone. Tried cmd-Z and nothing happened. But I
>> selected text, deleted it and pressed cmd-Z. The deleted text
>> reappears.
>> Alternately appearing/disappearing with each press of cmd-Z, just like
>> an
>> undo/redo feature.
>> 
>> Is this a feature? bug?
> 
> Ron, call it what you will. Just please don't go redefining a command
> key (for Undo) which has existed in all Mac OS since the mid-eighties.
> Have a look under any app's Edit menu. What are you trying to do to
> your users? Cmd-W is "standard fare" for close window, with an Option
> key modifier for closing all windows.
> 
> regards
> David
>> 
>> OS 9.2.2 and 1.1.1
>> 
>> thanks
>> Ron
>> 
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