2.9.0-dp-5

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at cox.net
Thu Mar 20 12:03:43 EDT 2008


Thanks, Richard. I kind of assumed as much. Now you're going to make  
me do some work! (smile)

Joe Wilkins

On Mar 20, 2008, at 8:52 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:

> Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:
>> In just starting up a new stack, dragging any object over from the   
>> tool's palette, normally I would expect that I can option/drag an   
>> object to create another one just like it; and that works, but I  
>> would  also expect that I could option/shift/drag an object and  
>> create  another one just like it and in alignment with the original  
>> - either  vertically or horizontally, depending on how I drag it.  
>> Constrained I  believe is the word. This DOESN'T WORK.
>
> The Shift key has many uses, constraint being just one.  The more  
> common usages is to extend selection, which is supported in the Rev  
> engine.
>
> I agree it would be nice to also support drag constraint with the  
> Shift key, perhaps as an option.
>
> You can submit that request at the Rev Quality Control Center:
> <http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/>
>
>> Also, if you drag a default button over to the stack/card or  
>> whatever,  you should not be able to drag another one to that same  
>> stack/card; or  even option drag it to create another one.
>
> Ideally, enforcing HIG recommendations would be a good option.  But  
> there are so many, where to start? :)
>
> It might be good to at least provide a warning in such a case.
>
> Care to suggest it?:
> <http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/>
>
>
> -- 
> Richard Gaskin
> Managing Editor, revJournal
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Joe Lewis Wilkins
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