phase wrote:I just added the drawing of linenumbers feature to the experimental Tuhopuu tree,
and took the liberty to add windows style ctrl keystrokes for cut/copy/paste/undo/redo.
I just tried your new features in the new release, and it's really great!! Thank you so much, it's just too cool when the suggestions are implemented so quickly (you effectiely did it in 10 days + one month for the new release to officialy come out).
The CTRL shortcuts are also nice, it's cool not to have to change this habit, each time I work in blender.
Also the indenting of tabs works (but only once, that'll be fixed later
I'm not able to make the TAB work on a mulitiline selection and SHIFT+TAB isn't working at all (yet?)
phase wrote:Haven't looked into the special characters problem yet because i don't own a CH-fr keyboard.
Ok, that's a problem for me, it isn't useable as is... I see 4 possibilities:
- I change my keyboard mapping, change my habits, and I live happily... But that's not the case for several other poor little python users. (I tested, the special character work with the same configuration but the US keyboard mapping)
- I wait for another bold programmer that owns a non-working keyboard to implement it.
- You try the CH-fr keymapping on your keyboard, I send you a picture of what it is looking (to be able to find the non-working keys), and you try to implement it.
- I send you a CH-fr keyboard by mail, you try to solve the problem, and everybody lives happily forever. If you tell me where you live, I can ask the post delivery how much the sending would cost. If the price is reasonable, this is doable.
What do you think? Oh yes, and I didn't say yet what OS I'm using: Win2K and the keyboard mapping is called "French (Switzerland)".
Thanks again, and happy blending/coding!