[wingide-users] Re: Follow-up: Escape Key doesn't close dialogs on OS X

Michael Burton mike at niskala.org
Wed Jan 28 15:35:26 MST 2009


In addition, the "Save" dialog box (cmd-S) for a new file  
(untitled.py) seems to always ignore the Escape key.

Mike




On Jan 28, 2009, at 11:22 AM, Michael Burton wrote:

> This is a follow up to an older email (October 13 by pfein)  
> regarding dialog boxes that won't close on Leopard OS X.
>
> I've been able to reproduce this reliably for 10.5.6 using XQuartz  
> 2.3.1.
>
> First, create a new project using any random python source (I tried  
> this with two different source trees).
> Using the "Open from Project" dialog (cmd-shift-O), type the first  
> few chars of a known filename.
> Hit escape and the dialog will disappear.
> Use the Open from Project dialog again, this time keep typing  
> characters until there are no results in the dialog.
> Hit escape, and the dialog will refuse to disappear.
>
>
> I've verified that the "Find Symbol" dialog (cmd-shift-T) also does  
> the same thing.
>
> Perhaps there are others as well, but those are the most egregious  
> offenders for my use case.
>
> Cheers,
> Mike



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