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Message-Id: <199709010102.LAA09581@rabble.uow.edu.au>
Subject: Re: rhide bug... er... FEATURE!
To: kevind AT phs DOT mat-su DOT k12 DOT ak DOT us (Kevin Dickerson)
Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 11:02:51 +1000 (EST)
Cc: djgpp AT delorie DOT com (DJGPP)
In-Reply-To: <34092F8C.48D00878@phs.mat-su.k12.ak.us> from Kevin Dickerson at "Aug 31, 97 00:47:08 am"
From: *** Brett *** <bporter AT rabble DOT uow DOT edu DOT au>
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> 
> Actually, I myself prefer the venerable Edit over every single editor
> I've ever used. It takes a millisecond to load, has multiple cut, paste
> (etc.) key commands (i.e. CTRL-C & SHIFT-DELETE both cut a block) and
> you can open multiple files & switch windows very easily. IMHO, Robert,
> you should ponder including user-defined keys, or a key config file, or
>
Look a little harder at your RHIDE stuff. There are some keybinding files
which allow you to change the key mappings!

> 
> Actualy, that is a good suggestion. I've found that whenever I use
> RHDIE, I accidentally delete half my code from using the delete key in
> the wrong way. :-)
>
??? In my RHIDE the DEL key cuts the whole block, and I haven't cahnged the
keybindings. It is still a pain if you are used to Windows, because DEL in
Windoze is a clear, where RHIDE does a cut. But you can still open the
clipboard and reselect the stuff you may have accidentally change

You get used to it.

Brett
 



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