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Motif and CDE 2.1 Style Guide Certification Checklist
[ ]Allow users to use quick transfer when they want to copy, link, or move a
temporary (or secondary) selection.
[ ]Design text controls to support quick transfer as both a source and
[ ]Make the target of a quick transfer the control that has interacted
[ ]Make the source of a quick transfer the elements identified between
pressing and releasing the TRANSFER (or SELECT) button.
[ ]The default operation for a quick transfer should be copy, though it may
be overridden using Ctrl and/or Shift modifiers when the user releases the
[ ]Allow the user to press Alt TRANSFER and move the pointer (optionally
augmented with Shift and/or Ctrl) for quick transfer only when TRANSFER is
bound to MB2.
[ ]Do not select the data transferred to a target as the result of a quick
[ ]If the user moves the pointer out of a control that allows scrolling while
Alt TRANSFER is pressed, use autoscrolling to scroll the control in the
direction of the pointer. If TRANSFER is released with the pointer outside of
the control, or if Cancel (or Esc) is pressed while TRANSFER is pressed, then
remove the emphasis, do not perform the transfer, and restore the view to the
state it was in before scrolling started.
[ ]Allow either of the following methods to copy the secondary selection to
the insertion point:
Pressing Alt TRANSFER and moving the mouse
Pressing CtrlAlt TRANSFER and moving the mouse
[ ]Move the contents of the secondary selection to the insertion point in the
target control when the user presses Shift Alt TRANSFER, moves the mouse, then
releases the TRANSFER button.
[ ]Place a link to the secondary selection at the insertion point in the
target control when the user presses CtrlAlt Shift TRANSFER, moves the mouse
to select elements, and then releases the TRANSFER button.
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