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Archive for May 30th, 2018

Some useful Visual Studio Keyboard bindings – via my comment at “Allow for floating windows · Issue #10121 · Microsoft/vscode · GitHub”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/30

The thread at [WayBack]: Allow for floating windows · Issue #10121 · Microsoft/vscode · GitHub made me discover a few things, which I have commented there.

Reminder to self: find the Windows keyboard shortcuts as well.

Thanks @steinhh for the CmdK O keyboard combination. I was not aware of that yet and I am going to use this next week on a multi-monitor system to see how well that works.

Your tip made me found the PDFs below and made me make the lists/screenshots below as well.

Terrific! Thank you, thank you!

The bindings (on Mac) I found with their screenshots:

  • CmdShiftP: show all commands
    screenshot 2018-05-20 15 27 30
  • CmdK O: open current file in new Window
  • CmdShiftN: open a new window
    screenshot 2018-05-20 15 27 00
  • CmdK CmdR: open keyboard shortcuts reference PDF for current OS in the default web-browser
  • CmdK CmdS: open keyboard shortcuts editor
    screenshot 2018-05-20 15 24 07

The keyboard shortcuts editor has a search which can find bindings on the keybinding name itself or the command name:

  • screenshot 2018-05-20 15 31 58
  • screenshot 2018-05-20 15 33 19

–jeroen

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Akismet GDPR notification: enabled

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/30

I saw the below notification recently, but it was already enabled.

Akismet & Privacy.

To help your site be compliant with GDPR and other laws requiring notification of tracking, Akismet can display a notice to your users under your comment forms. This feature is disabled by default, however, if you or your audience is located in Europe, you need to turn it on.

Please enable or disable this feature. More information.

–jeroen

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Class Constructors/Destructors are special initialization/finalization sections – via Popping the hood. – Community Blogs – Embarcadero Community

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/30

I wasn’t sure what the order of class constructors/destructors was with respect to initialization/finalization sections. [WayBackClass Constructors. Popping the hood. – Community Blogs – Embarcadero Community explains that there is more to it than below summary, but it is a good start:

If a given class constructor is eligible to be invoked (ie. it was linked into your application), it will run immediately before the initialization section for the unit in which the class is implemented. The class destructors will be invoked immediately after the finalization section for the unit in which the class is implemented.

–jeroen

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