[IPython-dev] available modifier keys

klo uo klonuo@gmail....
Mon Jul 2 19:57:20 CDT 2012

Don't know what OS you run, but FYI Alt-Enter doesn't seem to do
anything on Windows in both Firefox and Chrome.
>From the user point of view, your suggestion for executing and
appending new cell in one shortcut, looks interesting to me

While here, I don't want to steal your topic, but as I opened it
because you mentioned modifiers, I noticed strange behavior and I'm
not sure if it's the way it should be: CUI clipboard commands, which
are handy in Notebook environment, behave like this on my PC:

 - Ctrl-Ins (Copy) - copies selection to clipboard (as expected)
 - Shift-Del (Cut) - deletes selection (can be easily mistaken that
contents is cut to clipboard)
 - Shift-Ins (Paste) - doesn't paste but triggers Insert

so it looks like some changes to Shift modifier has something to do
with this unfortunate behavior.

On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 7:30 PM, Zoltán Vörös <zvoros@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I know that since the notebook is supported on many platforms and on
> many browsers, the intersection of the many sets containing modifiers is
> somewhat limited, so I would like to ask, whether something like
> Alt+Enter would work on all systems. What I would like to suggest (I can
> also implement it, if I am given the go-ahead) is a shortcut for
> Shift+Enter + Control-m a. Many a time, I find myself going back to a
> piece of code in the middle of the notebook, and after entering a
> statement, I would like to get a new code cell at that particular place.
> Control+Enter takes me back to the cell, and Shift+Enter jumps to the
> next cell. I think, such an addition would be useful, but I don't know
> what the allowed modifiers are.
> Any comments or suggestions?
> Cheers,
> Zoltán
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