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View Mode - Hotkeys? (Read 2945 times)

Started by Tigerix, January 24, 2007, 14:52:20

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View Mode - Hotkeys? |
January 24, 2007, 14:52:20
Is there a way of registering a hotkey for a view mode?
I tried to use hotkeys+, but I dont know the service name and I also dont know if this is possible...
Anyone an idea?
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Re: View Mode - Hotkeys? |
January 24, 2007, 19:34:54
No, it isn't possible.
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Re: View Mode - Hotkeys? |
January 24, 2007, 19:41:42
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Re: View Mode - Hotkeys? |
January 24, 2007, 19:56:29
Would you consider adding this functionality?
Currently not.
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I have found a bug regarding:
"Apply last active view mode" doesnt work, after I restart Miranda.

It may not work when Miranda crashes on exit (sometimes, these crashes happen silently, without any error message). In that case, the clist may be unable to store the last active view mode on exit.
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Re: View Mode - Hotkeys? |
January 24, 2007, 20:02:22
Would you consider adding this functionality?
Currently not.
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I have found a bug regarding:
"Apply last active view mode" doesnt work, after I restart Miranda.

It may not work when Miranda crashes on exit (sometimes, these crashes happen silently, without any error message). In that case, the clist may be unable to store the last active view mode on exit.

Yeah that might be true. Is there a chance of making this function more fault save? (I can never ensure that my Miranda exits without silent error)

E.g. Save the current view mode as last view mode when it has been set, and save it when it has been changed (cleared/timed).