Author Topic: finding out what happened to capital R  (Read 964 times)

bobl

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finding out what happened to capital R
« on: November 11, 2013, 11:12:39 pm »
Re slickedit version 6.0...
I don't seem able to put "R" in my programs anymore.
I'm "seeing text not selected" on the command line but don't know how to get it back so I can use it.
Any help much appreciated.

hs2

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Re: finding out what happened to capital R
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2013, 12:03:03 am »
Seems you've accidentally bound a SE command to <SHIFT>-'R' or just 'R' ???
Try the 'what-is' command on SE commandline to check if something is bound to 'R' or
directly use (something like) 'Keybindings' (somewhere) in 'Options' (I guess) to check and unbind it.
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bobl

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Re: finding out what happened to capital R
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2013, 09:11:32 am »
Your analysis is spot on!
 
Thank you for the "what-is" command. It confirmed that I'd bound shift/r to vi-replace. I thought that was the case and did look at keybindings yesterday but when I brought replace up there didn't look to be any binding in the associated key window. Today I typed in shift/r and pressed the unbind key which became "non-greyed out" i.e. available. Thanks for your help.

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