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francisco
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Suggestion: don't focus on preference page

Post by francisco » Sat Dec 30, 2006 6:03 am

Extras
Preferences
Files

You highlight the Template Folder text by default.
I think it should not be highlighted. If one is doing a highlight from another screen to paste the path for a font directory, your highlight makes the other one go away.

The same for Textmaker.

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Re: Suggestion: don't focus on preference page

Post by amuehl » Wed Jan 03, 2007 12:44 pm

francisco wrote:If one is doing a highlight from another screen to paste the path for a font directory, your highlight makes the other one go away.
Sorry, but could you please explain this sentence in other words, because I'm not exactly sure what you are meaning.
Alexander Mühl
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Re: Suggestion: don't focus on preference page

Post by francisco » Fri Jan 05, 2007 7:36 pm

If you go into the menus
Extras -> Preferences ->Files

There is a text field for "Template Folder" which gets selected.
By getting selected it also becomes the equivalent of been the copy buffer for doing a paste command.

If one was trying to put a font path and had done a highlight, say from a shell window, when the template folder gets highlighted one looses the previous copy buffer setting.

Another way to see what I am trying to say...
Highlight something.. paste on on a different window.. to confirm that what you highlighted is in the copy buffer.

go to Extras -> Preferences ->Files
Try to paste your copy buffer in the font path.

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Post by Tobias-L » Mon Jan 08, 2007 3:16 pm

You're right. I will report this issue to the developers.
Tobias Leißner
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