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#1 2009-12-15 22:03:48

markyparky56
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Hot Keys

Adding hot keys!

At the moment, to run the program, you have to type run.

I suggest having F5 as a hot key for run, and there could be other for help and other commands, it would speed programing up as well.

Your opinions?


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#2 2009-12-15 22:12:10

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Re: Hot Keys

An interesting thought, not sure what Python is capable of in that area...


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#3 2009-12-16 11:45:57

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Re: Hot Keys

too bad... well if its possible do key commands, the it should be able to detect the f-keys


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#4 2010-02-14 23:37:49

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Re: Hot Keys

Yes. The f keys are present on every keyboard, even macs


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#5 2010-02-15 01:22:42

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Re: Hot Keys

hmmm, HotKeys should be okay for when I learn more GTK+(C++ and M30W++), and in BasicM30W(Visual basic), I dunno bout  C# or python though.


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#6 2010-02-15 18:00:02

markyparky56
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Re: Hot Keys

cds56 wrote:

hmmm, HotKeys should be okay for when I learn more GTK+(C++ and M30W++), and in BasicM30W(Visual basic), I dunno bout  C# or python though.

when i suggested all those different versions, i didn't mean made in the different languages.
BasicM30W = a simpler version of M30W (Like SmallBasic)
M30W = what we're making right now
M30W++ = M30W which is more complex and powerful verson (like able to acess external programs and the like.)
M30W# = An improved version of M30W++ (e.g. adding more things it can do, simplifying the code so its easier to read and program in. But for expert M30W programmers)


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