[Viewing] Cursor arrows/Home-End = move actual focus to note

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[Viewing] Cursor arrows/Home-End = move actual focus to note

Postby littlebigman » Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:04 am

Hello,

Using CintaNotes 1.2, it's easy to delete the wrong note:

1. Click on any note in the list: Its background turns to a darker blue
2. Hit CTRL-End to put focus on the very last note (or so you think...)
3. Hit DEL: The note that will be deleted in not the last note but the one still marked in reverse video in the list :-/

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Re: [Viewing] Cursor arrows/Home-End = move actual focus to note

Postby CintaNotes Developer » Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:34 pm

Ok I see your point. You are used to pressing Ctrl+end in text editors, because pressing single End goes to the end of the line. CintaNotes in its focus/selection behavior mimics windows explorer: single End takes you to the end of the list.
I guess this will become a non-issue once undo is implemented, what do you think?
Alex

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