[Scribus] some concerns / making scribus better
Thu Sep 7 22:45:09 CEST 2006
Axel Bojer skrev:
> Craig Bradney skrev:
>> On Thursday 07 September 2006 20:24, Dave Crossland wrote:
>>> On 05/09/06, Adrianna Pinska <adrianna.pinska at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> My point is that the ability to manoeuvre the object with arrows would
>>>> become much more useful if it also included an option to jump to round
>>> I agree and think that this would be an excellent feature for novice
>> This is in the end not very difficult, but what shortcut key would be
>> appropriate? And when rounding, how?
> What about
> arrow up + . -> Round to nearest integer upward
> arrow up + . -> Round to nearest integer downward
A bit to fast, sorry!
First: arrow up/down was meant, second: arrow keys are not an option
key, so I am trying once more:
Shift + . -> Round to nearest integer upward
Ctrl + . -> Round to nearest integer downward
-- Since shift on the keyboard is placed over Ctrl, I think this could
be intuitive and easy to remember.
Still I think you will have to place the mouse over the relevant field,
or select it for this function to be activated.
> If you use mm -> to rhe nearest mm, if pt, to the nearest pt etc.
> I would have used such a feature it it was present :-)
> And if it really is not that hard to implement? :-D
> Best regards
> Axel Bojer
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