If nothing is selected, mouse down selects a new item.
If one item is selected, mouse down on a differet item selects that item.
If one item is selected, mouse up on that item will rename the item.
If one or no items are selected, mouse down + ctrl can select multiple items.
Mouse down and shift will select all items between the first selected item and the mouse down item.
If more than one item is selected, mouse up on a selected item will isolate and select that item.
If more than one item is selected, mouse down on a unselected item will select that item.
If one or more items are selected, mouse down on a selected item will start a drag operation after mouse movement.
- Unless ctrl is held, which will remove the selected item from the selection.
Tuesday, October 08, 2019
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