Bug#354338: [Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#354338: xfmedia: "Jump to file" and
corsac at corsac.net
Thu Mar 2 14:15:39 UTC 2006
On Sat, 2006-02-25 at 14:09 +0100, Emil Nowak wrote:
> Package: xfmedia
> Version: 0.9.1-3
> Severity: normal
> Pressing arrows in Jump to file doesn't work in the normal way.
> 1) press "J" key (default keybinding for "Jump to file")
> 2) type in some text. Lets say that entered text matches 3 playlist entries.
> .... 2a) Now the first thing If I decide right now that I don't want to "jump" and
> I wan't to hide this search filed, and go back to full-playlist view. Right
> now I have to take my hands off from keyboard and close this with mouse. It
> should be possible to cancel this operation by simple pressing ESC.
Using J to jump to file, typing some text, then typing ESC brings me to
the full playlist view, so I don't really understand your problem.
> .... 2b) Now I have playlist filtered to 3 entries, and focus is still in
> text-entry filed. Below in TreeView I have 3 entries and the first one is
> marked as "active". Now pressing arrow key "down" should select 2nd entry from
> playlist, pressing it once again should select 3d entry in playlist.
> Now first press of down arrow key moves focus to plalist. So i have to press
> this kay twice to select 2nd playlist entry.
In my opinion, it's consistent to have to keypresses to select the
second entry. If you only want to delete the first entry, you press down
once, then delete. With your proposal one would need to keypresses (down
then up), and it wouldn't be natural.
What do you think ?
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