Re: Owen's Pango Status Report #4
- From: Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com>
- To: gtk-devel-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: Owen's Pango Status Report #4
- Date: 12 Apr 2000 11:26:30 -0400
Antonio Campos <email@example.com> writes:
> In the Pango Status Report #4, Owen says:
> "TODO highlights:
> The projects I intend to tackle next are:
> - Write the necessary Pango functions to get proper arrow-key
> behavior in GtkEntry.
> What does this last thing mean?
No, it means that in Hebrew or Arabic text, the right arrow should
move right, not forward in the string.
When I switch GtkEntry over to GtkBindingSet, I will make GDK_KP_RIGHT
behave the same as GDK_RIGHT. I will NOT try to deal with
second-guessing the keyboard configuration.
The standard setup for XFree86 treats Shift + GDK_KP_RIGHT as a 6.
We should insert a 6 into the buffer. If you want something different,
configure your keyboard that way.
Hope this settles the issue.
> The problem is in the widgets that need movement + selecting at the same
> time (like GtkEntry, GtkText, GtkClist, others?), because you have to
> press an arrow plus the Shift key, and here comes the problem, because
> for example:
> GDK_RIGHT + Shift = GDK_RIGHT + GDK_SHIFT_MASK
> GDK_KP_RIGHT + Shift = GDK_KP_6 + GDK_SHIFT_MASK.
> The big problem is knowing if the Num Lock key is on, because is changes
> the semantic of the GDK_SHIFT_MASK. But which key is the Num Lock
> one? The programmer only can know that is a GDK_MODi_MASK, with i
> between 1 and 5. So, no way to know it.
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