[ gaim-Support Requests-1439867 ] W98 - need my ctrl-enter back. please!

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Support Requests item #1439867, was opened at 2006-02-27 15:12
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>Status: Pending
Priority: 5
Submitted By: Bishop (mtbishop)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
Summary: W98 - need my ctrl-enter back.  please!

Initial Comment:

I don't know to whom this kind of request can be
assigned.  I'm stumped, though, and I'm just getting
more frustrated with the change to deny us an explicit
CRTL-Enter option for sending messages.  I'm constantly
sending people messages like 

            ation will definitely help us here.

1) a new window grabbed focus, and
2) <enter> sent the message

when I thought I was still typing in moz mail.

The first problem is unfixable, just yet, but that
crtl-enter thing is crucial to have back so it's like
mail, icq, skype and every other comms app I have --
also so it screens messages like the above!  ;-)

I'm almost okay with gaim being the only comms app that
no longer offers this feature explicitly.  I know it's
a simple fix to an RC somewhere:  I've been told how to
do as much on WinXP, and I understand that win98se is
not intentionally supported so I'm generally outta
luck.  I really should switch to a better desktop, but
I can't get everything on linux yet and refuse to pay
for windows because it's Just So Bad.

So I'm stuck on 98 today and hoping someone has figured
this thing out and documented it in a very clear manner
which even *I* can follow -- something like the faq but
which includes the correct file name and the right
key-name would be awesome.


>Comment By: Luke Schierer (lschiere)
Date: 2006-03-01 12:23

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