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asavage
post Apr 30 2013, 01:30 PM
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See http://www.pmview.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=443 for similar problem, that has the relevant screenshot.

(I thought I'd posted about this at the same time I posted about the other, OS/2-specific problem, but I see that I didn't.)

In Win, using the mouse I can use the control arrow on the right to display the history list.

With the entry area in focus, I can use the <CurDn> to scroll through history one item at a time.

However, what I can't do is <Alt+CurDn> to display the list, as I can with the mouse and the right control, or as I can using <Alt+CurDn> in the OS/2 version.


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Peter
post Jul 9 2013, 04:17 PM
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QUOTE (asavage @ Apr 30 2013, 02:30 PM) *
However, what I can't do is <Alt+CurDn> to display the list, as I can with the mouse and the right control, or as I can using <Alt+CurDn> in the OS/2 version.


Okay, apparently IBM forgot to implement this in OCL. All combination box controls in PMView are defunct in this respect, which is a clear indication that it's not implemented and has never worked in the Windows version of PMView. I'll see if I can get it implemented.

I guess this is very low priority since nobody has reported this issue, although it has been present since the first PMView Windows beta 14 years ago...

Thanks,
Peter


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