On Fri, 2004-01-02 at 18:15, MenTaLguY wrote:
On Fri, 2004-01-02 at 03:34, bulia byak wrote:
> Now [shift-]ctrl-tab cycles through open document windows, as in most other
> programs. Unfortunately GTK steals this key combination, so I had to run the
> verb explicitly in event-context.cpp.
Anyone happen to know what Gtk uses ctrl-tab for? Probably this is OK,
but we'll need to make sure nothing subtle has broken with standard
It allows you to jump to the next control when inside a text entry field
(instead of inserting a tab). Not sure if that's all but I think so.
That's a pretty important accessibility feature, so we'd have to somehow
make sure that it wouldn't switch documents when the focus is on a
control that can't be left with regular tab. Which should be mainly the
text tool (while inserting text) and some dialogs.