On Thu, 2011-11-24 at 20:02 +0100, Nick Copeland wrote:
Middle click to "go here" is a convention from scroll bars dating back
to the dawn of X11. Using something easily done accidentally (and
unknowingly) for learn doesn't seem like the best idea to me.
That said, some laptops don't have middle buttons...
> > > Which ever seem reasonable/practicable to the group here might also
I see. Yes, that's probably fine. I was wrong about units/quantisation
here (see below).
There's also the acceleration/slow factors for mouse control, which
can't be defined this way.
> > > Most of the keyboard accelerators I use are based on U/D/L/R Arrow
Agreed. Everything here is about the *view*. How that maps to actual
parameter values is an underlying model issue.
The view is is inherently always in pixels, which are inherently never
quantized to whatever unit you want. It mustn't be confused with the
underlying model, which is where things like unit quantization and
linear/log mapping happen.
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