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Peeter
2010-05-18
2012-10-17
  • Peeter
    Peeter
    2010-05-18

    Hello!

    The typical Mac OS X cmd+H shortcut to hide the window is overridden by
    another function and there is no possibility to change it back. I guess that
    for Mac OS X users it would be better if it were not overridden. I miss it all
    the time.

    Regards,

    Peeter

     
  • Hi,

    and there is no possibility to change it back
    There is, just remove the shortcut under Options\Configure\Shortcuts\Edit-
    Menu\GoTo\Last Change

    Do you know the usual mac shortcut for "goto to last change"? (Ctrl+H is used
    by Lazarus and imho Netbeans)

    Benito

     
  • Peeter
    Peeter
    2010-05-19

    There is, just remove the shortcut under Options\Configure\Shortcuts\Edit-
    Menu\GoTo\Last Change

    Thank you!

    Do you know the usual mac shortcut for "goto to last change"? (Ctrl+H is
    used by Lazarus and imho Netbeans)

    Unfortunately I haven't used coding programs (and also Mac OS X) so much to
    know that. I made a small search, but I didn't find one at the moment.
    Probably it can be get by checking what other Mac OS X coding programs use.

    (Ctrl+H is used by Lazarus and imho Netbeans)

    Also in Mac OS X?


    I will try to figure it out later when I get some more time.