[PyKDE] Eric: undinding Ctrl-U?

Detlev Offenbach detlev at die-offenbachs.de
Sun Oct 24 11:45:37 BST 2004

Am Sonntag, 24. Oktober 2004 12:10 schrieb Nicola Larosa:
> >> Is there any drawback to freeing the Ctrl-U binding and recover its use
> >> for lowercase transforms, leaving the already working Tab and Shift-Tab
> >> to indent/unindent code in Eric? I realize that key bindings are often
> >> close to one's heart, and not an easy subject to discuss; nonetheless,
> >> this looks like one of those cases of all gain and very little loss.
> >
> > There is the capability to redefine the keyboard mapping. So feel free to
> > change it to your liking.
> Well, that's peculiar, I forgot to mention that I tried that tack, but
> clearing the Ctrl-U combo from the "Unindent" command did not revert it to
> the "Lowercase" function. It would be nice to have entries for the
> "Uppercase" and "Lowercase" function in the "Keyboard Shortcuts" dialog,
> being then able to assign whatever shortcuts are needed.

They are there with their official QScintilla names "Convert selection to 

> By the way, what's the difference between the "Indent"/"Unindent" and the
> "Indent one level"/"Unindent one level" functions? They seem to perform the
> same actions.

Good point. I just realized this myself and will check it. I did this part a 
long time ago.

Detlev Offenbach
detlev at die-offenbachs.de

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