Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-06 Thread Kevin Zheng
On 11/04/2013 23:35, Mark Wedel wrote: Now a fair question to ask is whether the client should support old server versions or not - IMO, if having support is not hard, it should, but if making it work would be really difficult, then probably not. Although, in that case, the client should see

Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-04 Thread Arvid Brodin
On 2013-11-04 07:38, Mark Wedel wrote: On 11/ 3/13 03:03 PM, Kevin Zheng wrote: On 11/03/2013 13:36, Mark Wedel wrote: Just a question - is there any way to set up 'global' keybindings (eg, those that apply to all characters)? This does seem useful. One possible idea to throw around is to

Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-04 Thread Mark Wedel
On 11/ 4/13 05:34 AM, Arvid Brodin wrote: On 2013-11-04 07:38, Mark Wedel wrote: On 11/ 3/13 03:03 PM, Kevin Zheng wrote: On 11/03/2013 13:36, Mark Wedel wrote: Just a question - is there any way to set up 'global' keybindings (eg, those that apply to all characters)? This does seem

Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-03 Thread Mark Wedel
On 11/ 2/13 04:31 PM, Arvid Brodin wrote: Today, keybindings are saved as ~/.crossfire/keys. That means you cannot have different key bindings for each character. This patch changes that so that keybindings are saved as ~/.crossfire/character-name.keys. So if your character is named Leopold,

Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-03 Thread Arvid Brodin
On 2013-11-03 20:36, Mark Wedel wrote: On 11/ 2/13 04:31 PM, Arvid Brodin wrote: Today, keybindings are saved as ~/.crossfire/keys. That means you cannot have different key bindings for each character. This patch changes that so that keybindings are saved as ~/.crossfire/character-name.keys.

Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-03 Thread Kevin Zheng
On 11/03/2013 13:36, Mark Wedel wrote: Just a question - is there any way to set up 'global' keybindings (eg, those that apply to all characters)? This does seem useful. One possible idea to throw around is to make the key bindings window tabbed, one for per-character and one for global. If

Re: [crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-03 Thread Mark Wedel
On 11/ 3/13 03:03 PM, Kevin Zheng wrote: On 11/03/2013 13:36, Mark Wedel wrote: Just a question - is there any way to set up 'global' keybindings (eg, those that apply to all characters)? This does seem useful. One possible idea to throw around is to make the key bindings window tabbed, one

[crossfire] [PATCH 2/2] Character-specific keybinding files

2013-11-02 Thread Arvid Brodin
Today, keybindings are saved as ~/.crossfire/keys. That means you cannot have different key bindings for each character. This patch changes that so that keybindings are saved as ~/.crossfire/character-name.keys. So if your character is named Leopold, the keybindings are saved to