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Re: Shift-Letter Extension

Posted By: Walter Rassbach <>
Date: Wednesday, 9 September 1998, at 1:36 a.m.

In Response To: Re: Shift-Letter Extension (John Gruener)

Yes, the "initial state" is just when there is not a navigation in progress, i.e., when the previous key (or just starting) was not a "nav.key" (i.e., a shift-letter or the like). In this "state", a shift-letter gives the first letter of a filename, and puts navigation in the non-initial state...

Most of the time one is in "initial" state... The only time you are not is JUST after you have actually pressed one of the "nav.keys", or, with the release/press method, the same as just after you release the shift...

>
> Walter, I'm thinking on this... I need a little confirmation
> on one point.

> When you say "initial state", do you simply mean
> that the file or directory window is open, as if no command or navigation
> is yet in progress? That's what I now think you mean. Please confirm.
>

> John
>

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