Yea, that makes sense. It reminds me of when I use vim where the ESC key plays a roll in base-lining the vim command queuePaFe wrote: ↑Sat Sep 01, 2018 2:44 pmHello. I would talk about the behaviour of the ESC button using sketch. If a sketch tool is active (line, for example), the ESC button gets the deactivation of the tool, and this is right for sure. But if no tool is active, the ESC button exit the sketch. Personally I think that this last behaviour is a little bit annoying. Often is useful to press ESC just to be sure that no tool is active (for example using constraints), so if no tool was active I think ESC should do nothing. What do you think about?
Maybe it would be better to assign ESC only to deactivate sketch tools, and for example ctrl+Q or ctrl+W (cmd for mac) or so, to exit the sketch.chrisb wrote: ↑Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:18 pmI am one of the Mac users who use the Esc key instead of right mouse button, because the Qt5 version always zooms on RMB. So I'm not voting against it, but there are use cases where it is sensible to leave Sketcher on ESC key:
If instead of the Task panel the Tree is shown, then it is well possible to leave sketcher immediately with the ESC key. Without you have to switch to the Task panel first and close Sketcher from there.
The same holds if the buttons on top are out of sight: there might be some scrolling necessary before Sketcher can be closed.
Worst case is having both: switch and scroll.
These use cases are not severe but they should be considered.
Sorry, you are right!
I don't know why, but ctrl+ESC opens the windows start menù.