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    • Felix Ernst's avatar
      Adapt autotest to new expected "Space" key behaviour · df5cf6fe
      Felix Ernst authored
      The old expected behaviour was that pressing Space would select
      the current item. We now trigger selection mode instead and don't
      select. At some point in the future we might want to instead have
      Space trigger a "QuickLook" feature for quick viewing of full
      files. In any case, the old behaviour of having Space select is
      no longer expected, but Ctrl+Space can still be used for this.
      
      It might also make sense to have Space trigger the old selection
      behaviour if both selection mode and "QuickLook" are disabled, but
      that is very low priority and will cause more code complexity than
      the non-default benefits are worth.
      df5cf6fe
    • Felix Ernst's avatar
      Make space shortcut for selection mode view-local instead of global · 44c82a16
      Felix Ernst authored
      Before this commit, the "Space" keyboard shortcut was bound to
      triggering selection mode by default. After this commit, pressing
      "Space" will only trigger selection mode when the file view area
      has keyboard focus.
      
      Pros:
      + Other buttons in the UI can be triggered with Space once again
        just like it is expected from an accessibility point of view.
      + "Type-ahead" searching works once more when typing the space
        char for file names containing such a space char.
      
      Cons:
      - "Space" can no longer be used to add the currently underlined
        item to the selection. Instead "Ctrl+Space" needs to be used.
        (However, this is the current status anyway unless a user has
        manually unbound "Space" as a shortcut from Selection Mode.)
      - The Selection Mode action will no longer show "Space" as its
        shortcut in menus.
      
      Overall, I see solutions to all of these problems, but they seem
      over-engineered for the issues they are trying to solve, so I
      believe this somewhat small commit is the best solution for now.
      
      BUG: 458282
      BUG: 458281
      CCBUG: 463048
      FIXED-IN: 23.04
      44c82a16
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