[PD] F10 in Tk?

Josh Steiner joschi at eds.org
Wed Jan 8 19:21:52 CET 2003

mozilla and windows explorer do the same thing, its proabably some 
inconsistancy in the windows API that some programs dont... you probably 
should just not expect to use F-10 for anything else


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David McCallum wrote:

>         I've found that whenever I press F10 Pd would behave as if I 
> pressed ALT (I'm using XP) and would select that top-left box that's 
> on all windows (I don't know what it's called). I assume this has 
> something to do with Tk, but I don't really know.
>         I found this out when I was playing around with Keyname and 
> non-printing characters. What it essentially does is make your patch 
> unresponsive to further non-printing keystrokes until you either press 
> a printed key or click the patch with your mouse. Kind of annoying 
> when you want to use function keys as controls...
>         Has anyone else experienced this? Can/should this be fixed, or 
> should I just avoid F10 from now on?
> David
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