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Making BandiCut more keyboard-aware

Sun Dec 13, 2020 7:34 am

Generally, Bandicut is a good program, does what it says and I didn't mind paying a license fee.
However, as a 40+ year PC user who still relies on a keyboard, desktop system and large monitor, I'd like to see a few enhancements which would make the program a whole lot more user friendly and speedy.

Currently, the START dialog box is terribly unfriendly for keyboard users. For instance, the TAB key does nothing. No movement whatsoever. It's a royal pain to have to grab the mouse and click in the "Output Folder box" when you should be able to TAB key directly into it from the FileName slot just above it. Also, you can not type directly into the folder slot just below ! ! ! ! ??? Why make the user click the three-dot box next to it to pick a folder when some of us know exactly where we want to send the file every time (such as "C:\test" or whatever...) and making us click then navigate to a folder is wasteful and silly.

Also, you should be able to tab down to the START button, or even better, use the tried and true and accepted Windows GUI keystroke combo of ALT + some key, such as ALT+S, or ALT+C to cancel. Get with the program, guys! This standard has been around since what, about 1995?

As a keyboard user, this dialog box shouldn't take more than a second or two to process if all you want to do is send the file (with the same name) over to a different folder, and then START the cut.

Same goes for the F4/Exit dialog box - ALT/S to save (a project file) or ALT/X to Exit without Saving.

Please, make the START dialog box keyboard-aware and friendly! Thank you!

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Re: Making BandiCut more keyboard-aware

Mon Dec 14, 2020 4:23 pm

Hello,

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

We will forward your request to our development team.

Thank you for sharing your opinion.

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