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PCGen does not provide keyboard shortcuts on many/most dialogs

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  • Saxum Caribetum
    Eg on a file is modified, save? [Yes] [No] [Cancel] dialog, the program ignore that standard shortcuts of Y or N . Most dialogs have this shortcoming...
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 23, 2010
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      Eg on a "file is modified, save? [Yes] [No] [Cancel]" dialog, the
      program ignore that standard shortcuts of "Y" or "N".

      Most dialogs have this shortcoming...


      In Windows programming, it's easy to code, by placing an "&" in the
      button label ... I have no idea how you might do that if you are using
      Java as the graphics engine instead of Windows/MFC.

      (PS I have the preference to make the program look-and-feel be "System")

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      Neil Taylor "Creo Imaginem Mente"
      ArM Code 1.5 5++ Ca++ R++p H++ ?L Y(96) T(5)- SG+++ G++++ P++ HoH(Ma++ Q+ Hg+) Fz(E)++ C++ :-) Cd++
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    • Martijn Verburg
      Hi Saxum, Can you raise this as a CODE Jira please? The UI team can pick-up on it for the new UI work they re doing. K On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Saxum
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 4, 2010
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        Hi Saxum,

        Can you raise this as a CODE Jira please? The UI team can pick-up on it for
        the new UI work they're doing.

        K

        On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Saxum Caribetum <
        saxum.caribetum@...> wrote:

        >
        >
        > Eg on a "file is modified, save? [Yes] [No] [Cancel]" dialog, the
        > program ignore that standard shortcuts of "Y" or "N".
        >
        > Most dialogs have this shortcoming...
        >
        > In Windows programming, it's easy to code, by placing an "&" in the
        > button label ... I have no idea how you might do that if you are using
        > Java as the graphics engine instead of Windows/MFC.
        >
        > (PS I have the preference to make the program look-and-feel be "System")
        >
        > --
        > Neil Taylor "Creo Imaginem Mente"
        > ArM Code 1.5 5++ Ca++ R++p H++ ?L Y(96) T(5)- SG+++ G++++ P++ HoH(Ma++ Q+
        > Hg+) Fz(E)++ C++ :-) Cd++
        > Saga site at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/saxum.caribetum/
        > Sub Rosa Ars Magica zine - http://www.subrosamagazine.org/
        >
        >
        >


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      • Saxum Caribetum
        ... CODE-212 for 6.0.x -- Neil Taylor Creo Imaginem Mente ArM Code 1.5 5++ Ca++ R++p H++ ?L Y(96) T(5)- SG+++ G++++ P++ HoH(Ma++ Q+ Hg+) Fz(E)++ C++ :-) Cd++
        Message 3 of 3 , Sep 4, 2010
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          On 04/09/2010 13:08, Martijn Verburg wrote:
          > Hi Saxum,
          >
          > Can you raise this as a CODE Jira please? The UI team can pick-up on it for
          > the new UI work they're doing.
          >
          > K
          >
          > On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Saxum Caribetum<
          > saxum.caribetum@...> wrote:
          >
          >>
          >> Eg on a "file is modified, save? [Yes] [No] [Cancel]" dialog, the
          >> program ignore that standard shortcuts of "Y" or "N".
          >>
          >> Most dialogs have this shortcoming...
          >>
          >> In Windows programming, it's easy to code, by placing an "&" in the
          >> button label ... I have no idea how you might do that if you are using
          >> Java as the graphics engine instead of Windows/MFC.

          CODE-212 for 6.0.x

          --
          Neil Taylor "Creo Imaginem Mente"
          ArM Code 1.5 5++ Ca++ R++p H++ ?L Y(96) T(5)- SG+++ G++++ P++ HoH(Ma++ Q+ Hg+) Fz(E)++ C++ :-) Cd++
          Saga site at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/saxum.caribetum/
          Sub Rosa Ars Magica zine - http://www.subrosamagazine.org/
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