Command Line Cursor Behavior

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22 Feb 2014 08:05 #1 by Kinaed
I cannot click on a specific place in my command line to edit a command.

Mudportal will automatically put your cursor at the end of the command if you click anywhere on the command line, even if you're trying to target a misspelling, etc. The only way to get to a specific place in your command line is to backspace to it from the end - which can be difficult if the command is particularly long (like an emote or a tell). On an RP game, this is often literally a whole paragraph of text to backspace through, and I imagine other games still have long tells, etc.

In case this is only my system, I'm using Google Chrone v32.0.1700.107 m.

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22 Feb 2014 18:32 #2 by plamzi
Fixed.

It was browser-specific.
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22 Feb 2014 20:49 #3 by Kinaed
This is fixed in the instance of just clicking on the command line on a command you just typed - it doesn't work if the command is highlighted. The most common case of my using a command revision is after I've entered the command, then press up to re-enter/fix the command.

I'm not sure if it's because it's highlighted or because it's a re-populated command, but the behavior remains the same as before - can't click just anywhere on the command, auto-clicks to the end of the command. HOWEVER, now I can click, remove the highlight, then click where I want, which is an improvement.

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22 Feb 2014 21:18 #4 by plamzi
In Chrome v33, I don't need to click to remove the highlight before I can place the cursor.

I fixed an issue where selecting part of the text with your mouse in command input incorrectly triggered the auto-paster.

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