[jp] Add Record: Ctrl-R vs. Apply Changes: Ctrl-Enter -- why?
ruf at rawip.org
Tue Jan 11 02:55:55 EST 2005
I appreciate the work done for jpilot! But working with jpilot daily,
there are some issues I do not understand the design choices of:
What has been the reason that one has to press 'Ctrl-R' to save a
freshly created record but 'Ctrl-Enter' to apply the changes?
Why hasn't it been possible to save all modifications (irrespective of
whether they are to a new or existing record) by 'Ctrl-Enter'?
I work a lot with hotkeys. Why isn't it possible to cancel the
editting of a record with 'ESC' instead of (painfully) clicking on
another record and clicking on 'No' within the save-modification-dialog?
Thanks for any enlightenment.
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