Am Freitag, den 16.09.2016, 13:41 +0100 schrieb Guillaume Munch: > > Am Freitag, den 16.09.2016, 12:39 +0100 schrieb Guillaume Munch: > >> Now one will expect "search on the fly" to be always activated, > for > >> consistency for other search fields. If this is done, it makes > sense > >> to > >> assign "Enter" to focus the available citations. > > > > Note that this setting is saved between sessions, so everybody can > set > > it as s/he feels fit. > > > > I don't think this is related to my point.
I think it is, although I did not spell out my argumentation. The ones that "will expect 'search on the fly' to be always activated" (and I doubt you can generalize that to a general "one" -- I am the example that will falsify such a claim) can easily preset it once and for all. The proposal to assign "Enter" to a different function seems to imply the proposal to remove the option to toggle "search on fly". If you mean this, I will object, since I'd like to have it switched off. We could assign "Enter" to a second function anyway (if "search on fly" is activated or even if it isn't, after the filter has been applied), but I think this would be irritating. And in general, I think that the binding of the Enter moving widgets is quite opaque. What's wrong with Alt-V? Jürgen
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