AAAAUGH! Cursor, enter problems
b.xavier at internet.lu
Wed Nov 15 14:28:01 EST 2006
ok, I keep getting this "tip" cue wrong...
Can't read it all since digg.com got in my cyberfeeds!
but I tried...
object menu -> "card script"
script editor window opens, a line is selected...
I press "return", the line is replaced with the return
I press control-Z, nothing happens
I go to the script editors' edit menu and choose undo
I click on revert to breathe again...
had I pressed the enterkey...
the script window goes away (90-70% of the time assuming you didn't press
any keys after it opened - it still asks you to save the script, I know,
I've got it at least 3 billion times)...
you're either not using windows, got a weird frontscript somewhere or your
keyboard's control key is stuck (pound it a few times)...
All I could find...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com
> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Ken Ray
> Sent: Wednesday, 15 November, 2006 18:47
> To: Use Revolution List
> Subject: Re: AAAAUGH! Cursor, enter problems
> On 11/15/06 11:31 AM, "MisterX" <b.xavier at internet.lu> wrote:
> > Although it's called enter on your physical keyboard, the
> return key
> > is indeed the return key. The "enter" key in rev is the
> keypad's enter
> > key only.
> Actually, Xavier, Mike tried both - his original post:
> > Second, if I open the script using the Object Menu, and hit
> "enter" to
> > terminate a line (it doesn't matter if it's the enter on
> the main part
> > of the kb or the numeric enter) the script closes.
> It's possible it may be a keyboard configuration issue. I
> know on some Mac laptops for example, you can simulate a true
> "enter" by holding down the Fn key and hitting the Return key
> on the keyboard. I'm thinking that perhaps there's some
> config that lets you map one to another.
> Mike, what computer/os are you getting this on?
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software, Inc.
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