Something that Drives me *CRAZY*

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Fri Feb 23 21:15:19 EST 2007


Hi Dave,

I know exactly what you mean and completely agree with you. There is  
one problem though. I often use the mouse to move an object only one  
pixel. Mouse "de-boucing" would force me to move objects 2 or 3  
pixels into one direction and then 1 or 2 pixels into the opposite  
direction. Do you have any suggestions, let's say from a user's point  
of view rather than a programmer's point of view, as to how to avoid  
this inconvenience? I know that it is possible to use the arrow keys  
to move objects one pixel at a time, but somehow I use the mouse all  
the time.

Best regards,

Mark

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Op 23-feb-2007, om 13:03 heeft Dave het volgende geschreven:

> Hi,
>
> I've been suffering in silence about this for ages!
>
> Has anyone else been driven crazy by the way in which the IDE  
> selects and then moves objects? What I mean is that it's way too  
> easy to move an object just by selecting it. e.g. you select it  
> with a mouse down and accidently move the mouse and then the  
> objects shifts a couple of pixels. I think the mouse should be "de- 
> bounced", e.g. any movement within a short period should be  
> ignored, or better still it shouldn't move the object until it's  
> been selected by a Mouse Down and a Mouse Up, then to move it you  
> Mouse Down, or maybe you should only be able to move it by dragging  
> a certain area.
>
> Anyone agree???
>
> All the Best
> Dave





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