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      CommentAuthormarcoiac
    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2011
     
    I am not sure this feature already exists in DT. If it does, I definitely forgot about it, and couldn't find any reference to it. I also tried some 'intuitive' ones, but no dice. Is there such a thing in DT? If not, is there a plan to implement it?
    Thanks
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      CommentAuthorniklas
    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2011
     
    You can shake your pad to undo. I don't find that particularly useful, but it works...
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      CommentAuthormarcoiac
    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2011
     
    It does work. But it's a little weird...
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      CommentAuthorfehnman
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2011
     

    There's an undo button on the second level of the keyboard, i.e. tapping .?123, and a redo button on the following level, I.e. tapping #+=.

    I don't think we'll implement a gesture for that, as I don't feel comfortable with gestures actually manipulating content. There's so much going on already, with swipes and taps, and multi touches, not just in our app, but in text views in general.

    Also, it might very well be that Apple is working on something like that, and I wouldn't want to implement our own method only to have users re-learn the "official" way (or, worse, hating the official way). And as you can see in Pages, Apple introduced swipes to advance characters and words, so my educated guess is that there'll be at least some users trying out these gestures across apps...

    Maybe we'll add an option for a button in the keyboard row, though I don't know if it would be worth sacrificing the space. So... dunno. :)

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      CommentAuthornojo
    • CommentTimeFeb 16th 2012
     
    It would be nice to have the undo button as an option in the keyboard row, like forward-delete. No space need be sacrificed that way, unless by user choice.
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    I think that the undo button on the keyboard 2nd level is confusing. The redo in the 3rd level is really bad. If you gona make it like this, they should unleast be in the same level (2nd).

    To have ir on the keyboard row will be better. To have a customizable keyboard roll with more and more features will be even better. Lots of good text apps have that, and it is a breeze for long texts.

    But even then this solution doesnt reflet this app philosophy. If everything else is gesture centered and economic, this cant be diferent.

    A great idea could be a gesture above the keyboard. A big keyboard swipe to the left in undo, a big keyboard swipe to the right is redo. This seams more compatible with the "all with gestures" philosophy.

    I bought this app beacause it seams different, faster... maybe you have to assume that who buys this app want a new way to do stuff.

    Another thing is that you delete a roll paragraph with one undo. This is kind of dangerous. It will be better to record a new undo for each word or sentence. A roll paragraph is to much.
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      CommentAuthorniklas
    • CommentTimeApr 14th 2012
     
    I think the undo/redo in the regular keyboard is an iOS feature and not part of Daedalus.
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      CommentAuthorurbanbike
    • CommentTimeApr 29th 2012 edited
     
    Je veux la même gesture que sur *iA-Writer* ou *Writing Kit*

    * Balayage à deux doigts vers la gauche pour annuler,
    * Balayage à deux doigts vers la droite pour annuler l'annulation (Redo)

    OU… Possibilité d'ajouter des boutons annuler dans la barre additionnelle
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      CommentAuthorurbanbike
    • CommentTimeApr 29th 2012
     
    Hormis cela, tous les produits de qualité proposent le *redo* — Writing Kit, Nebulous Notes, Write2, iA-Writer…

    Sauf Byword, Elements, Day One et… Daedalus touch.
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      CommentAuthorurbanbike
    • CommentTimeApr 29th 2012
     
    Juste pour insister un peu…

    http://www.urbanbike.com/index.php/site/comments/annulation-dune-saisie-sur-ipad