not a bug but just a comment/ask.
First, here are the relevant informations :
- Moc 2.5.0-beta2 on Linux 3.15.8-1-Arch x86_64
Just changed from debian stable (7.0 - don't remember which Moc version was installed) to ArchLinux.
When using my former configuration file, mocp starts with the following message :
- Using digits as keys is deprecated as they may be used for specific purposes in releases 2.6.
It's not really an issue, as the message couldn't be clearer and mocp starts normally. I can use my old shorcuts for fast dir. without any error message.
I'm french, using an azerty keyboard. So, logically, qwerty's keys given in config.example ( !@#$%^&*() ) are largely distributed on an azerty keyboard, which is not the most confortable disposition for fast directories.
As digits keys are deprecated - even if it doesn't cause any real problem, seems it will in 2.6 - I want to follow the indications and find an other way to configurate fast dir's keys.
So, I tried with AZERTY special caracters of digit line on keyboard, which are : &é"'(-è_çà
The problem is that some of those caracters are not allowed and cause a FATAL_EROOR when parsing the ~/.moc/keymap file.
As most alphabetical keys are used, it's not possible to have a range a keys next to each others on other lines. And F1...F9 are used for external commands. KP_1...9 or "eacute" are not allowed.
Is there a way to get round with that ? I mean, scattered keys to access fast dir. is not really an easy and "fast" way.
If digits are not allowed in next version, it will be a problem for non-qwerty users. Or maybe I just didn't catch a better way to do it ?
(And I'm curious about the announced use of digits keys ?)
Thanks in advance (and for the great work done here !)