> Along the same lines, "Enter" should always activate the "Okay", unless a > selection menu (like the font selection menu in the Dynamic Text plugin) > is currently active. This bugs me quite a bit, as well as a lack of the > "Esc" functionality described above. It "mostly" works. However it doesn't work when you are most expecting it. This is in part due to the fact that you have to explicitly set which button will receive default action (which means adding extra code, oh my god), and because even if you DO have a default button (File->New) dialog, and you are inside of a text entry widget, the default button doesn't do anything because even inside of a single-line text entry it still grabs the enter key before it gets to the button. As far as Esc goes, I would imagine they would need to add a signal and a handler to each dialog box they want to use that way. I could be wrong, but if this is the case, nobody is going to do that just to make a few users happy. In the GDynText example, the dialog has a lot more problems besides not properly reacting to Enter or Esc. It seems as if I cannot operate that dialog from keyboard at all, because <tab> key presses are ignored, and the focus only moves around the 3rd toolbar that lets you select font, size, etc. All the other buttons have to be clicked. tc -- ・‥…━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━…‥・ timecop at japan.co.jp | OA通信サビース株式会社 | NTT DoCoMo I thought everything that Linus Torvalds is involved with was divine perfection? Must be a problem with NEC and Sony -about Crusoe recall ・‥…━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━…‥・

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