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Re-enable keystroke behavior in inventory/people pane


Danny Nolan
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K, so you know how some dropdowns in SL have the ability to let you start typing, and it'll go to the first instance of whatever matches what you're saying? That needs to be brought back for the inventory and people pane.

This is completely different than filter; filter removes everything that doesn't match what's entered. However, I'd prefer to just hit F, to take me to the first folder in my inventory that starts with F. Or if I have a folder that's named ".;'[[storename]]", if I where to just hit the period key, it'd take to that. Now, if I had a two folders named "..blah" and ".blah", and I hit the period key twice, it'd go to "..blah".

You can see this behavior in a couple of different places. Build a prim, then click the wrench in the general tab of the edit window, to change group. It'll open up a popup box that has your groups in it. Now start typing the name of one of your groups. It should go right to it, or if you type a letter that doesn't match anything, nothing will happen.

Or, make a gesture, add in a sound, and then start typing when you click the sound chooser dropdown. Same thing.

 

We need this back. Filter is nice and all, but it's laggy and unnecessary when I know exactly the name of the folder I need to go to, and would rather just hit a key or two to go straight to it. 

 

Link for the JIRA: VWR-19967

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