When manually editing timing minutes, using option-arrow up/down should increment/decrement to the nearest 5 minute boundary

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Noah L

22 Apr, 2019 07:37 PM

When manually editing timing minutes, using option-arrow up/down should increment/decrement to the nearest 5 minute boundary

If time is 10:53 AM
option-arrow up = 10:55 AM
or, option-arrow down = 10:50 AM

If time is 10:50 AM
option-arrow up = 10:55 AM
or, option-arrow down = 10:45 AM

If time is 10:55 AM
option-arrow up = 10:00 AM
or, option-arrow down = 10:50 AM

  1. 1 Posted by Noah L on 22 Apr, 2019 11:00 PM

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    It could be Shift or maybe even Command. I recall other apps using option for similar functionality, but I am not too sure what the common convention is.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Niko on 23 Apr, 2019 05:00 PM

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    Hi Noah,

    Thanks for the feature request! I have added it to my todo list for the next update of the Mac app.

    Niko

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