[Mono-dev] Mono Develop native menus on Mac OS X

Michael Hutchinson m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 19:06:46 EST 2009

On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 6:43 PM, marc hoffman <mh at elitedev.com> wrote:
> Sandy,
>>> yesno. ;). it works for the editor itself (first thing i did when i
>>> tried MD ;), but not in other areas of the UI, where you still need
>>> Ctrl+CXV (which makes it even more annoying, if anything).
>> Really? My version of MD on Linux lets you specify custom key commands
>> for everything in the File, Edit, etc menus, too.
> yes. what i meant was that if i remapped, say Ctrl+C to Cmd+c, then
> that shortcut works in the code editor. but if i open a dialog and -
> say - configure project options such as, i don't know, output path,
> those edit boxes in the dialogs still responded to Ctrl+C, but not to
> Cmd+C.
> that said, this was a few months ago, when i last tried. things might
> have changed since then.

Ctrl-X/V/C shortcuts for text widgets are a GTK thing. The only way we
could fix that in MD would be do add a command handler to every single
text entry widget, which would be extremely messy. This needs to be
handled by the Mac GTK.

Michael Hutchinson

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