Bug #1 - behaviour templates/key & mouse bindings
Product:PageStream (All Platforms)Reported By:Deron Kazmaier
Severity:EnhancementAssigned To:Deron Kazmaier
Priority:Average sign in to watch (none are watching)
Status:AssignedReported:2004-01-06 19:57:00
Category:Display/User InterfaceUpdated:2004-01-06 19:57:00
Summary:behaviour templates/key & mouse bindings
Keywords:keyboard shortcuts,hotkeys
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Gunther Lemm

Users of different OSes are used to different behaviours of keys/mousebuttons/mousewheel (for example mid mouse button = paste on linux systems).
What about solving this problem by creating templates for key bindings and all the other stuff? PS would be shipped with a set of OS-specific templates and users could choose/edit them. In consequence we'd need an editor in the prefs window where you can choose functions to be triggered by multiple key/mouse/toolbar events.
Sets of theses bindings should be loadable/saveable as templates. So you could even trigger a script by pushing your mouse wheel that does a lot of voodoo. I know Deron will love me to death for this idea Wink

Deron Kazmaier wrote...2007-08-10 16:12:44

Some interface interactions are already defineable, but obviously not to this degree. Double click of left mouse button can already be defined for object mode, and this include running scripts!

For the short term, the middle mouse button should at least be configurable. For me, I scroll around a document more than I paste with my hands off the keyboard, so moving a page with the middle mouse button makes more sense for me, but others who are used to middle mouse button paste should have that option as well.

[Status updated to 'Assigned' on Fri, 10 Aug 2007 16:12:44 -0400]

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Bug #1 - behaviour templates/key & mouse bindings   keyboard shortcuts,hotkeys
  created:2004-01-06 19:57:00   last updated:2004-01-06 19:57:00
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