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#11 fixed internal pointer handling might interfere with custom pointers Thore Böckelmann Roman Kargin

As we discuss with Thore in mails, there is some situation when internal pointer handling interfere with custom pointers, which can cause a bit of mess , like as for example in odyssey when we set manually autoscroll cursor and move cursor over string objects : mui at this time itself change pointer internally.

That can be easy avoided by disabling the object pointers (MUI prefs → System → Object pointer types) , but can be good to make it works somehow internally, if possible of course.

#12 invalid bad rendering of any iconified mui app to amidock when compositing disabled Roman Kargin


When we enable in mui prefs "iconify mui apps to amidock", then, if we have in system enabled compositing everything renders fine. If we have in system disabled compositing, then mui (and only mui apps) renders bad.

I.e. if we just do check any other app which put itself in amidock (such as amiupdate, which not use mui), then we can see that with or without enabled compositing it renders to amidock always correctly. But with mui apps we have such issue. And because only mui apps have this issue, and non-mui apps didn't have this issue imho it should be mui.

Steps to reproduce

  1. disable compositing
  2. set in mui prefs "iconify mui apps to amidock"
  3. run any mui app and press iconify to see that effect.

Expected results

Should renders correctly in all cases (with or without compositing)

I also attach an image , to show it visually. From screenshot can be seen all the differences (i mockup it a bit for better readability).

#13 fixed Add one more text editing shortcut to the muiprefs/keyboard/text editing Thore Böckelmann Roman Kargin


While our default mui4's string class is more or less fine for everything, still in BetterString class there was some nice addon which make life easy when it come to marking of text and which will be nice to have in default String class as well : that is marking of text to the left or to the right depending of cursor position. As well as seems there is no marking settings at all.

For example, for ctrl+home and ctrl+end, BetterString provide auto-marking from cursor fucntionality: I.e. depends on where we have cursor stay in the text in the string object, and we press "Ctrl+home" , it then mark all text from cursor position till begining. And if press "Ctrl+End", it do the same from cursor, but till end.

Options can be called as "Mark All to Rigth" and "Mark All to the Left".

Also, can be good to add options like "Make left" and "Mark Rigth", which assign to something like "Amiga + left" and "Amiga + right" as default.

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