>> why don't you rebind them?
> Because we did not know how to :). Of course, we will find out, but
> it just
> was not obvious enough to get it done until now.
You override #doItReceiver (to bind self) and #doItContext (to bind
temps) in the model of your pluggable widget.
Ok, I see, but in the context of Glamour, but this will only let me
control the receiver and context. I would like to get full control
over the shortcuts. That is, if I don't want to get any Smalltalk
capability, I should not get it. Is this possible?
> I do not think we need something that is global. All we want is a
> way to get
> a text widget without getting shortcuts built in :).
What I love about Squeak/Pharo is that the shortcut bindings, for
example to browse a class, work in any text input box. This makes me
highly efficient to program and annoys me extremely for example in
VisualWorks. Being able to customize the bindings would be great,
however I think the defaults should be preserved.
Sure, I like that too, but only when I am in the context of
programming. For an end-user tool, I like it less :). That is why I
would like to get control over the actions the user is allow to perform.
"What is more important: To be happy, or to make happy?"