On 16-10-2013, at 23:11, Allin Cottrell <cottrell(a)wfu.edu> wrote:
On Tue, 15 Oct 2013, Berend Hasselman wrote:
> Command+H only seems to work when the Gretl main window has focus.
> It should hide Gretl and all its windows. That's how it works in
> other applications.
There's now a new iteration of gretl-quartz in place.
Command+H should now work for all top-level gretl windows (not
dialogs) and the same should be true for Option+W (window list).
I will treat it as a bug if there's a top-level window that I've
Thanks. I'll try it out.
> The other shortcuts now work as desired except for the standard
> shortcut Command-` (backquote) for moving focus to the next
> window. It does work with the X11 version of Gretl. This is likely
> something that should be handled by the GTK mac integration.
I guess Apple's X11 must be handling that.
> Another typical OS X shortcut that doesn't work is Command+.
> (period) for Cancel. I don't think that Gretl can do anything
> about that. The GTK mac integration should be handling that.
I'm not seeing that in http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1343
Right. Apple does tend to keep some things secret:-)
I've done some searching on Command period os x and found some interesting hits.
For example: http://guides.macrumors.com/Keyboard_shortcuts
(heading Dialog boxes).
And I have seen it mentioned in a help file.
It could be a leftover of predecessors of OS X.
It works in many applications.