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18544Re: [PanoToolsNG] Silly question about keyboard shortcuts

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  • pau.cc
    Mar 8, 2008
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      Ken, I think that they are talking about one keystroke using one pf
      the system keys. Imagine if each time you want to zoom out a panorama
      apear the windows start menu. That would be similar.

      pau valiente
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      On 08/03/2008, at 17:00, Ken Warner <kwarner@...> wrote:

      > I think a more important question is what should be the default
      > short cut key to a Help page.
      >
      > If that one short cut key was standardized, then it would be
      > less important to make every pano viewer conform to one
      > standard user interface. The later would be nice but
      > it is unrealistic to expect different development groups from
      > different companies/organizations to agree on anything let
      > alone such a fundamental issue as a standard UI.
      >
      > All those separate entities might be able to agree on one key
      > because it would be to their advantage to do so. And on my
      > keyboard, there's already a key labeled Help.
      >
      > Keith Martin wrote:
      >> Sometime around 8/3/08 (at 14:46 +0100) Philipp B. Koch said:
      >>
      >>
      >>> At least for FPP it's definable in the XML. I personally use to set
      >>> the PLUS and MINUS-keys for zoom in and out, since it's the same on
      >>> every OS then. Anyway, because not every user knows she default
      >>> shortcuts, I think it's not the worst to give a short note about it
      >>> below the pano.
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >> Absolutely. But I find it strange that it defaults to a key that's
      >> frequently used for other things as part of a keystroke combination.
      >> I mean, I can't even take a screenshot of a page without it zooming
      >> out, dammit!
      >>
      >> Sorry - but things like that do get to me, a little. It is great that
      >> it can be configured to whatever you want the user to use, and yes, a
      >> note about what key to use is sensible. But it is really daft to map
      >> the zoom out to the command key by default!
      >>
      >> k
      >>
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