Split pane hint

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Rayz
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Tue Dec 19, 2006 8:14 am Post

Right, it seem that a few people don’t find the split pane functionality a little bit difficult to work with. The problem is having to keep you mind’s eye one step ahead of your work.

“Right, I just want to have a quick look at this chapter, so which window should it go into?â€

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Spitfire31
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Tue Dec 19, 2006 1:12 pm Post

Rayz wrote:What I could really do with though, is some kind of keystroke recorder so that I can have two separate commands mapped for Scrivener keys. Something like this:

ALT-T (close top window) - just close the top window
ALT-B (close bottom window) - swap documents then close top window


iKey. 'Nuff said...

But you'd probably want to assign CTRL-T and CTRL-B insead; otherwise you lose the alternative characters of the T and B keys.

HTH,

Joey

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Rayz
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Tue Dec 19, 2006 1:13 pm Post

Thanks!

I'll give it a go ... :-)