User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_5_8; en-us) AppleWebKit/531.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.3 Safari/531.9 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/20090903 Eudora/3.0b3 System: MacBook Pro 17", Mac OS 10.5.8 Problem: Keyboard shortcuts don't work in Eudora 8.0b7 Description: The keyboard shortcuts for delete, copy and paste don't work in 8.0b7. The corresponding menu items still work. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Launch Eudora 8.0b7. 2.Open a window to compose a message. 3.Attempt to copy text previously pasted from another message, or another application using the usual Mac keyboard shortcut (Command-v). Actual Results: Copy, paste and delete keyboard shortcuts don't work. Expected Results: Copy, paste and delete keyboard shortcuts have worked in every previous version of Eudora for Mac.
Additionally, see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=515050 which contains information about arrow keys not working in compose windows.
similarly, in eudora 8.0b7 the 'pg-up' and 'pg-down' keys dont seem to work while they did in 8.0b6
pg-up pg-down was on vista box not mac doh
For those with initiative, this bug is fixed in the Penelope hg source code depot: <http://hg.mozilla.org/penelope/rev/05812a9a095a>. Otherwise you'll have to wait until the next release, Eudora 8 beta 8/Penelope 0.5a5.
I'd like to see if this works -- I don't see how the changes in 05812a9a095a could make "Command-D" work, when 8.0b7 already had: key_penelopeDelete=meta][D][ In 8.0b7, pressing "Command-D" makes the Message menu highlight/unhighlight, but does not delete the message (this is in a 2-pane view, with the message to be deleted selected in the open "Inbox" window). The actual Message->Delete menu selection does work. How do I "enable" the penelope extension (0.5a5) with Thunderbird 3.1a1pre ? It (Shredder) says Penelope's not compatible and disables it. I installed the Compatibility Reporter which -- according to documentation -- is _supposed_ to allow you to enable/use "incompatible" extensions -- but it doesn't (or I haven't figured out how to do it). Is making Penelope "compatible" a simple matter of changing the "minVersion"/"maxVersion" strings in 'install.rdf' ? How are the "min" and "max" compared to the actual ? 'install.rdf' for Penelope 0.5a5 has a "min" of '3.0b4' and a "max" of '3.0'; a strict lexicographical comparison would say that '3.0b4' is "greater than" '3.0'.... Should Penelope 0.5a5 _work_ with TBird 3.1a1pre ?