On Tue, 01 Oct 2013 14:16:24 +0100, Michael Drake wrote:
> Editing blunders should be handled by undo/redo. NetSurf's
> doesn't currently support this.
Supported via keyboard shortcut in the latest build. The shortcut depends
on the front end.
| GTK & Framebuffer | RISC OS | AmigaOS 4 |
| Undo | Redo | Undo | Redo | Undo | Redo |
| Ctrl+Z | Ctrl+Y or | F8 | F9 | RAmiga+Z | RAmiga+Y |
| | Ctrl+Shift+Z | | | | |
The other front ends don't yet pass KEY_UNDO / KEY_REDO to the
AmigaOS frontend does now, see above.
I've used RAmiga+Z because that's what the Style Guide says should be
Undo, despite Workbench using Z for Clear selection. I've removed the
shortcut from Clear selection as I don't think it needs one anyway
(the Style Guide didn't have an opinion on that or Redo).
Are there any can_undo()/can_redo() type functions? I'd like to
disable the items when they can't be used, although it's not a major