Paste Replace gone missing


    Aug 22 2006 | 4:50 am
    I'm using 4.6 + Jitter 1.6 on an Intel MacBook Pro, having just moved from a G4 PowerBook. I'm just diving in this evening and discovered, after hitting the Option/Command-V combo several times to no avail, that the keyboard shortcut for Paste Replace has disappeared.
    I use the keyboard shortcut for Paste Replace in 4.5 all the time. It's not gone for good in 4.6, is it? Say it isn't so!
    Vlad
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    • Aug 22 2006 | 6:21 am
      On Aug 21, 2006, at 9:50 PM, Vlad Spears wrote:
      > I'm using 4.6 + Jitter 1.6 on an Intel MacBook Pro, having just > moved from a G4 PowerBook. I'm just diving in this evening and > discovered, after hitting the Option/Command-V combo several times > to no avail, that the keyboard shortcut for Paste Replace has > disappeared. > > I use the keyboard shortcut for Paste Replace in 4.5 all the time. > It's not gone for good in 4.6, is it? Say it isn't so!
      FWIW, that was never a standard shortcut. It's installed w/ Emmanuel Jordan's ejie's or Nathaniel Lecaude's Max Toolbox (I think it's the former, but I might be mistaken).
      -Joshua
    • Aug 22 2006 | 6:56 am
      >> FWIW, that was never a standard shortcut. It's installed w/ >> Emmanuel Jordan's ejie's or Nathaniel Lecaude's Max Toolbox (I >> think it's the former, but I might be mistaken). >> >> -Joshua >
      I did install ejies right around the time I started using 4.5, so I must have just missed this addition and assumed it was added to that version of Max. I've installed ejies and the paste/replace shortcut is back, along with shortcuts for encapsulate & de-encapsulate I also use frequently.
      Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, Joshua.
      Vlad
    • Aug 22 2006 | 8:23 am
      On 22 Aug 2006, at 7:56, Vlad Spears wrote:
      >>> FWIW, that was never a standard shortcut.
      >>> I've installed ejies and the paste/replace shortcut is back, >>> along with shortcuts for encapsulate & de-encapsulate I also use >>> frequently. >
      Is there any reason it couldn't be added to the standard distro? Along with Encapsulate, that's an incredibly useful key command.
      David