Type of addressing from relative to absolute

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Reel Jemm
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Type of addressing from relative to absolute

Post by Reel Jemm » Tue Mar 08, 2005 4:15 am

In PM for Windows, we can use the F4 key to change the type of addressing from relative to absolute - is there an F4 equivalent in PM for HPC?

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Post by Tobias-L » Tue Mar 08, 2005 8:14 am

You can define a key by yourself:
Extras :arrow2: Customize :arrow2: Keyboard Mappings :arrow2: Group "Edit" :arrow2: Command "Change address mode"
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Post by Reel Jemm » Tue Mar 08, 2005 11:31 am

Tobias-L wrote:You can define a key by yourself:
Extras :arrow2: Customize :arrow2: Keyboard Mappings :arrow2: Group "Edit" :arrow2: Command "Change address mode"
Well, no wonder I couldn't find it ... not exactly user-friendly, certainly not equivalent to the F4 paradigm in the Windows version. Is this something that could easily be addressed in a future revision. Thanks T-L!

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Post by martin-k » Tue Mar 08, 2005 1:08 pm

Well, most HPCs don't have function keys which means that we can't assign functions to them.

But you do the assignment only ONCE, after that you can just press the key that you chose for this function.
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Post by Reel Jemm » Tue Mar 08, 2005 2:16 pm

martin-k wrote:Well, most HPCs don't have function keys which means that we can't assign functions to them.

But you do the assignment only ONCE, after that you can just press the key that you chose for this function.
Got ya! The light just went on! Thanks!
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