Possible to change dialogs to behave like OS X dialogs?

Hi all,

I'm running the default configuration of AppCode with the Xcode shortcut settings enabled.
I've found it quite annoying to have the dialogs behave like .. don't know - UNIX, Windows dialogs?
Strangely anyway as they don't close when hitting Return or Command-Return.

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Is there any way to make the dialogs of this Mac app behave like any Mac app dialog is expected to behave?

Or is it another config option?

As per UI Element Guidelines: Windows
"A default button has color and pulses to let the user know that when  they press Return or Enter, the default button is activated."


cheers,
Jay

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Wherever possible, we do comply to the guideline (e.g. Edit -> Find -> Find In Path (Cmd+Shift+F)). The problem with this particular dialog is that Enter is bound to another action: opening an inline editor of an argument. Try Ctrl+Enter, it should work.

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Hi,

Ctrl-Enter works but it is not an OS X short cut.
The expected alternative short cut is Cmd-Enter if Enter doesn't work for some reason (e.g. focus is elsewhere).

Cheers,
Jay

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You are right, and this is a known issue: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-18213

Your vote for it might speed things up a bit.

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