I, on the other hand, avoid that "mouse thing" like the plague. I can
still type a command line command faster than going through three layers
of a menu.
On 4/21/2014 16:50, John R. Sowden wrote:
On 04/21/2014 02:42 PM, Dave Liesse wrote:
this reminds me of when my wife, a legal secty as a teenager, was told
to use the function keys under Word Perfect. Her response was 'you
mean I have to leave the home row?'
Don't think I've ever run across the right-click behavior you mention,
but I just left-click in the box and then Ctrl-V (I never use a menu if
there's a shortcut key available -- too slow!).
On 4/21/2014 13:09, John R. Sowden wrote:
why can't I right click on paste to paste text into the edit box
instead of having to go to the edit-->paste drop down menu?
no one has ever asked, or is there a technical reason?
When I am a cuttin' and a pastin', I'm usin' that mouse thing. Ctrl-V
(from Wordstar/DOS, which is what staff uses in our office), means I
have to drop that mouse thing and use the keyboard. I'm just looking
for a flow of motion, and I found it unusual that the edit box would
be excluded from the use of the cut and paste mouse features.
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