[guispeak] TextPal 3.2 released

  • From: Jamal Mazrui <empower@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, programming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, program-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, uaccess-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 22:09:18 -0500 (EST)


Version 3.2
Released February 11, 2007

With the optional scripts, adopted the JAWS convention of Alt+Delete as a
key to say the cursor position.  This duplicates the Address command,
Alt+A, which says the current line number, column number, and percent
through the document.  Also improved the scripts so that Home and End
automatically read the character after navigation.  Similarly,
Control+Home and Control+End automatically read the line.

Enhanced the Indent New Line command, Shift+Enter, so that the cursor does
not have to be at the end of the line when this key is pressed:  it may be
anywhere on the line, and a new line will be created below with the same
indentation.  Renamed Indent Alert mode to Indent Mode.  Still toggled
with Alt+Shift+I, it now performs auto indentation as well as announcing
changes in indentation.  Auto indentation is implemented by switching the
roles of the Enter and Shift+Enter keys.  This feature was requested by

Enhanced the Hard Line Breaks command, Control+Shift+H, so that it prompts
for the line length to use rather than using the current display length of
each line.  The default line length is 60 characters.  Reassigned the
Widest Line command to Control+Shift+Y in order to associate it as a
parallel command.  Thus, you can confirm that the maximum line length has
been set as you intended by using Control+Shift+Y after Control+Shift+H.

Added the Trim Blanks command, Control+Shift+Enter, which removes leading
and trailing space or tab characters from either the current line or
selected lines.  It also removes more than two consecutive blank lines.
Thus, you can eliminate extra space in a file by pressing Control+A to
Select All and then Control+Shift+Enter to Trim Blanks.


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