Page view shortcuts - double letters?
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suefsuef wrote on 12 Nov 2009 18:11

I think you have to be very careful if using (particularly lower case) double letter combinations to invoke some special commands, if there's a chance that there is a text entry box on the page being displayed. And this is a real possibility on any page with the comments module enabled. How could you stop someone from eagerly typing away in the text box and then finding that they've unwittingly invoked a special command?

For example, I have just used tt and mm in only the first sentence above, followed by ss, mm, tt and mm again. Of all the suggested combinations, only hh, jj and kk are likely to be safe in English.

Am I missing something here?


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