Re: Suggestions to Balsa
- From: Lang Hurst <lang tharin com>
- To: balsa-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Suggestions to Balsa
- Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 07:39:03 -0800
For what little my opinion is worth, I've always been pretty fond of
ctrl-<enter> for sending an email.
On 2002.02.10 03:50 Pawel Salek wrote:
> On 2002.02.10 10:59 Josť Fonseca wrote:
>> On 2002.02.09 22:19 Pawel Salek wrote:
>>> On 2002.02.09 22:31 Josť Fonseca wrote:
>>>> The other is in the "New message" composition dialog. Pressing Ctrl+S
>>>> here shouldn't send the message because the majority of email
>>>> programs and text editors in general use Ctrl+S to save, and between
>>>> an accidental Send and Save, a Send has worse consequences (quite
>>>> often irreversible) while Save
>>>> is harmless. (I already had to send several emails starting as "Sorry
>>>> for the duplicate but I accidentally hitted the Send button..." )
>>> Which shortcut (if any) would you suggest then?
>> I confess I'm more used to click on the send button. I do have the
>> nasty habit of hitting Ctrl-S quite often in any text application (it
>> begun when I used MS Word which crashed every now and then ;-) .
>> I don't know if, e.g., Alt-S would break usability since shortcuts are
>> usually Ctrl-?, while Alt-? is reserved for menus. In alternative
>> Ctrl-E, perhaps?
> Yes, Alt- combinations are out of question... And Ctrl-E means "go to
> the end of line"...
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