> On Thu, 24 Apr 2008 14:15:16 +0400, "Alexandre Prokoudine" <alexandre.prokoudine@...> wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 6:57 PM, MenTaLguY wrote:
>>> (The keyboard shortcut actually currently toggles between outline
>>> and whichever of "Normal" or "No Filters" was previously selected,
>>> the rationale being that turning filters on and off is not a
>>> frequent occurrence.)
>> I agree that cycling between modes in a complex document isn't cool,
>> but then I, for instance, don't use wireframe mode very often, and I'd
>> love to be able to switch between Normal and No FIlters.
>> What do other people think?
> I've lately found myself wanting a keyboard shortcut for toggling filters
> as well, though I think it should be distinct from the one that toggles
> outline mode.
I seem to remember that there was the suggestion to toggle between
normal mode and the most recently used "non-normal" mode. Or maybe even
between the two most recently used modes. Wouldn't that suit most
people's needs, since almost nobody seems to want to cycle between all