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Quicksearch and SingleClickStart

Post by *Hacker » 2006-10-31, 22:19 UTC

Set SingleClickStart=1.
Invoke Quicksearch and search for a directory.
Now while moving the mouse over the file panel, press Enter.
TC enters the directory under the mouse cursor, not the directory that was found with quicksearch.

Can this be somehow circumvented? Or is it by design?

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Post by *StickyNomad » 2006-10-31, 23:13 UTC

Confirmed.

I'm also not sure if it's by design, but the current behaviour appears to be a bit inconsistent, as the cursor stays on the directory found by QS, but the dir under the cursor is opened with ENTER.

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Post by *petermad » 2006-11-01, 02:32 UTC

Well it si consistant with the behaviour of singleclicktart=1 otherwise - but usually the file selection cursor follows the mouse cursor.
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2006-11-01, 11:04 UTC

Indeed this cannot be prevented, because the mouse cursor moves the text cursor - which is invisible because the file panel doesn't have the focus.
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Post by *Hacker » 2006-11-01, 11:56 UTC

But my inverted cursor stays on the dir I found in quicksearch (even though the info in the status bar changes when moving the mouse, admitted). Couldn't the position of the visible cursor instead of the invisible one be taken?

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2006-11-01, 12:51 UTC

But my inverted cursor stays on the dir I found in quicksearch
It's not really a cursor (Windows doesn't support a cursor in an inactive listbox), but something created internally by TC from the search...
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Post by *Hacker » 2006-11-01, 13:45 UTC

Oh well ok, we don't have to call it "cursor". So could this internal drawing be taken into account when pressing Enter (or Insert or F5 or Delete, etc.)?

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2006-11-01, 22:32 UTC

Difficult to say what I can do in this case. I will have a closer look at it.
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Post by *Hacker » 2006-11-01, 23:16 UTC

Thank you.

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