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FS#835 - And shortcut to change value in Option toolbar

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Opened by galio (galio) - Tuesday, 18 June 2013, 22:54 GMT+1
Last edited by Andrew (andrew) - Thursday, 04 July 2013, 20:12 GMT+1
Task Type Feature Request
Category Main
Status Closed
Assigned To Andrew (andrew)
Operating System All
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version 3.1.1
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 100%
Votes 0
Private No

Details

Pressing TAB should directly activate the corresponding text-field if a tool is activated where a numerical value can be set in the Option toolbar.
Pressing TAB again should select the next text-field in the Option toolbar.

If the last text-field in the toolbar is activated pressing TAB should deactivate the text-field. Pressing TAB one more time after this should again activate the first text-field.

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Closed by  Andrew (andrew)
Thursday, 04 July 2013, 20:12 GMT+1
Reason for closing:  Works for me
Comment by Andrew (andrew) - Tuesday, 18 June 2013, 22:55 GMT+1

It's Ctrl-Space (see also View - Focus on Options Toolbar).

Comment by galio (galio) - Tuesday, 18 June 2013, 23:59 GMT+1

Sorry i'm just testing QCAD very hard and sometimes i overlook options that are there already.

Ctrl-Space already works well. Afterwards jumping from one text-field to the next using TAB is working too.
Would it be possible to additionally have TAB do the same as Ctrl-Space in this situation? (maybe first jump to the Command Line, then once pressed again to the Options Toolbar)

Comment by Andrew (andrew) - Wednesday, 19 June 2013, 00:06 GMT+1

I think tab is already defined system-wide to give focus to the 'next' field (for example in the property editor or options tool bar). In the command line, tab is used for command completion (Unix and Windows command line standard). That's the reason why this key code has to be something different.

No problem about overlooking things. I appreciate your feedback, although not all feature requests might get implemented as some might be quite controversial among QCAD users ;)

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