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From: Kai-Martin Knaak <knaak AT iqo DOT uni-hannover DOT de>
Subject: Re: [geda-user] Undo key remapping (gschem & PCB)
Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 21:01 +0200
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DJ Delorie wrote:

>> Undo (and redo for that matter) are part of the commands that wait
>> for someone to implement.
> *Every* menu/key operation in pcb is an action.
>    {"Undo" Undo() a={"U" "<Key>u"}}
>    {"Redo" Redo() a={"Shift-R" "Shift<Key>r"}}

Ok, I stand corrected. Should have known that "every" bit...
For some reason, I failed to find the undo() action in the manual.

However, unless I miss something basic, not everything that can be done in 
the GUI can be done by menu/key operations. E.g, how would I draw a line 
on top layer purely with actions?


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