[L2Ork-dev] Purr Data 2.14.2
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Thu Sep 24 11:17:26 EDT 2020
On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 4:37 PM Jonathan Wilkes <jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com>
> That's what Agent Smith calls Neo in the movie The Matrix.
Of course. *facepalm*
So I don't think I understand the root cause of the bug.
Sorry, I remembered that incorrectly, it's actually the engine which never
updates its state, because the GUI doesn't tell it to, because the canvas
never receives the Ctrl key up. More precisely (looking up the discussion
in !528 again), the real issue was that, because the Ctrl up event wouldn't
be promoted to the canvas, the engine never gets the information that
glob_ctrl should be turned off again, so the engine still thinks it's in
temporary runmode. So when the find operation asked to put the canvas into
editmode, it just ignored that request -- it knows it's in temporary
runmode and is still expecting that Ctrl up event to arrive which will put
it back in editmode anyway. The editmode grid doesn't reappear for the same
reason if you invoke something like Ctrl+Shift+S, because the engine
doesn't exit temporary runmode. I'd have to debug it all over again to tell
you all the gory details, but I think that's the gist of it.
I vote for keeping the <ctrl> binding.
It probably doesn't come as a big surprise that I vote for the Alt key
Anyone else? Ico, IIRC it was actually you who originally suggested the Alt
key (or would at least be fine with it), so what's your vote then?
>>> I also see the new grid in Edit mode. Is there any way to snap to this
> >> And this...?
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