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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0006827 [Squeak] System minor always 12-27-07 17:23 12-27-07 17:23
Reporter lewis View Status public  
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Priority normal Resolution open Platform
Status new   OS
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ETA none Fixed in Version Product Version 3.10
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Summary 0006827: control-C event detection broken by #duplicateAllControlAndAltKeys preference
Description With the #duplicateAllControlAndAltKeys set (default for Squeak 3.10), a keyboard event originating from the control-c keyboard (control key pressed plus $c key) produces an event that answers false to #controlKeyPressed. There is no combination of keys presses that can actually be detected as a control-C event. This cannot possibly be right regardless of user preferences.

This causes a problem for the CommandShell package because command shell windows detect <ctl>c input and treat it as a request to interrupt any currently running commands (similar to <ctl>c in a unix terminal session).
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