Re: [Evolution] keybindings

At 10:12 27-02-01 +1030, Not Zed wrote:

Although I dont know the reasoning behind it, the behaviour is

ctrl-d is the delete function, which is the same as the toolbar delete.
'del' is just another alternative with different behaviour.

On 27 Feb 2001 10:19:35 +1100, Rodd Clarkson wrote:
> > n is already next and p is already prev.  del is delete which makes more
> > sense then d.
> I just tried out using 'del' (instead of slicking the icon) and I think
> that the way these two options work (pressing <del> or clicking the
> delete icon are inconsistent.
> Try this.
> Select a message to delete.
> Click the delete icon - note: the message stays focused.
> Now select another message.
> Press <del> -  note: the message loses focus and focus is handed to the
> next message.
> Why does doing the smae thing different ways have different outcomes?
> Shouldn't the focus either stay with the message, or move to the next
> message?
> At the moment I'd prefer for the focus to stay with the message, but as
> the deleted message will eventually be moved to the trash folder,
> (instead of getting underlined) the focus needs to move to another
> message (and probably the next message is the right one, but if you
> delete the last message in the view then it needs to refocus too (maybe
> on the message above) which it doesn't currently do.)
> Anyhow, I'm getting ahead of myself.  For the moment, shouldn't deleting
> a message do the same thing regardless of how you delete the message?
> mintSlice
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