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From:Jorge del Conde Date:October 16 2002 2:52pm
Subject:RE: Newest bk commit
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In that case you can have multiple bindings.  The only restriction for
them to work is they must be in different windows.

So, you could have F5 execute a query in the Query-Window and it can
also insert a new row in the Create Table Window.  In other words it
will send the event to the active window.

Regards,
Jorge
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Hooper [mailto:adamh@stripped] 
> Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2002 7:47 AM
> To: Jorge del Conde
> Cc: mycc@stripped
> Subject: Re: Newest bk commit
> 
> 
> Jorge del Conde wrote:
> >>- It's possible to bind multiple hotkeys to the same key.
> > 
> > 
> > Not "automatically" ... for instance, the query editor has a 
> > configurable bind-key for execute, but it also has CTRL-ENTER coded 
> > programatically.
> 
> No, what I mean is, bind one action to "F5" for instance. Then go to 
> another action and bind it to "F5". Now F5 represents two 
> different actions.
> 
> ---------------
> Adam Hooper
> adamh@stripped
> 


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