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[wingide-users] Bug report (windows)

Wing IDE Support support at wingide.com
Mon, 3 Feb 2003 16:02:28 -0500 (EST)


Hi,

This problem is specific to Windows where key presses for modifier keys
are reported somewhat differently, and it only happens on keyboards where
the right alt key is alt gr (in this case '\' was typed with alt gr +
another key).

There is now a patch for Wing 1.1.8-3 that solves this in all the emacs
interaction managers:

http://wingide.com/support/downloads_list&version=1.1.8&section=bugfix

The same patch works for both Wing IDE Lite and Standard.

Note that using forward slash "/" is a work-around in older versions
of Wing or if you don't want to apply the patch.

Stephan Deibel

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On Sun, 2 Feb 2003, Peter Bengtsson wrote:

> Suppose I have opened a file in some folder say C:\files\folder1\script.py.
> Now I want to open a file that is located in C:\files\foobar\
> BUT I also have a file called foobar.py in C:\files
> So I type C-x C-f, backspace backspace backspace until it says "C:\files\"
> I start typing foobar and press Tab. Nothing happens of course because
> "foobar" is not unique. If I'd want to open the file called foobar.py I'd
> just type "." and press Tab and Enter.
> But, to get to the subfolder called "foobar" I'll need to enter a "\"
> backslash. Doing this exists the open-file thingie at the bottom and
> inserts a "\" backslash in the currently open file.
>
> The alternative is to use the File menu and Open...
> Note: This also means that I can't open from "C:\files\something.py" to
> "D:\otherfiles\"
>
>
> Peter






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