Michael Natterer writes: > No. You don't want to look at emacs code. Really.
While talking about Emacsish features, one feature I often miss in GUI apps is something equivalent to Emacs's C-h c (describe-key-briefly). I.e., a way to find out what a certain keypress does. The main use case for this would be when you by accident press the wrong key, and you don't immediately notice anything happening, but you still are afraid that by mistake you have done damage to your document. OK, so in most well-written apps Undo will undo any such inadvertent changes. (But if you don't know if your accidental keypress did anything or not, you don't know what Undo will undo...). It helps a bit if the menu entry for Undo says what the last operation that are to be undone is called. Or if the app has a history feature. But still... --tml _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer