[plt-scheme] Lost my command-I in OSX 10.5 Leopard

From: Phil Rand (philrand at gmail.com)
Date: Sun May 25 12:12:49 EDT 2008

Interestingly, when I press command-i, the scheme menu flashes, but no
reindent, and an "i" is inserted in the text.

I fiddled around with f-script, but I didn't know enough about either
Cocoa or F-script to make any sense of what I saw.

I also checked the system preferences for assistive technologies (I
have typical middle-aged trouble with focusing close up, so I thought
I might have experimented with something in there) -- nothing found.

There's a drscheme preference, Editing -> General ->  Enable key
bindings in menus, which turns off the flash I mentioned above when
unchecked, but doesn't fix the problem when checked.

On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 8:08 AM, Phil Rand <philrand at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Geoff,
> I've been through my system preferences keyboard shortcuts, and didn't
> see any for command-i.
> On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 5:05 AM, Geoffrey S. Knauth <geoff at knauth.org> wrote:
>> Phil:  I'm running Mac OS X 10.5.2.  I just cranked up v372, opened a file,
>> messed up the indentation, pressed Cmd-i (together), and the file reindented
>> itself correctly.  I wonder if you have another mapping for Cmd-i in your
>> Keyboard & Mouse System Preferences.
>> I'm sure I've installed v372 since upgrading to Leopard, since I upgraded to
>> Leopard in early summer 2007 and then to v372 in late summer.  Maybe the
>> Leopard upgrade itself does something funny.
>> --Geoff
>> On May 25, 2008, at 01:55, Phil Rand wrote:
>>> I'm using PLT Scheme 372, and upgraded my Mac OSX to 10.5 Leopard a
>>> few days ago.
>>> I've just noticed the command-i key now just inserts an "i" character,
>>> where I was expecting reindent-all.
>>> Menu item Scheme -> Reindent All still works, and is marked with the
>>> hot-key command-I as always.
>>> What am I missing?
>>> --
>>> Phil Rand
>>> philrand at pobox.com
> --
> Phil Rand
> philrand at pobox.com

Phil Rand
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