#389 more flexible shortcut policy

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2013-01-31
2013-01-29
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while creating macros to delete full string was impossible to set shortcut Shift+Del for it (like in Visual Studio, you know). Ctrl+Del works fine but Shift+Del is easier to use.
also, why already used shortcuts couldn't be stolen from commands? say I need Alt+C, but it used with some unnecessary command for me. Why TeXstudio just cannot ask something like "current shortcut is already in use. Are you sure you want to redefine it?"

Thanks,
Alexander

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  • Tim Hoffmann
    Tim Hoffmann
    2013-01-29

    was impossible to set shortcut Shift+Del for it

    That should be possible.

    also, why already used shortcuts couldn't be stolen from commands? say I need Alt+C, but it used with some unnecessary command for me. Why TeXstudio just cannot ask something like "current shortcut is already in use. Are you sure you want to redefine it?"

    That's actually happening for some time.

    Which version of TXS are you using?

     
  • Why TeXstudio just cannot ask something like "current shortcut is
    already in use. Are you sure you want to redefine it?"

    But it does ask this. ?

    Almost always at least, seems there is a bug if the menu item using it
    has two different shortcuts assigned

    while creating macros to delete full string was impossible to set
    shortcut Shift+Del for it (like in Visual Studio, you know). Ctrl+Del
    works fine but Shift+Del is easier to use.

    You can use shift+del.
    But first you have to delete the additional shortcut from Edit\Cut. (due
    to the bug with two shortcuts...)

     

    • Anonymous
      2013-01-29

      I've deleted it from Edit\Cut and it worked, thanks! But there was no warnings while redefining ctrl+ins and shift+del default commands (http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/4526/snap1az.png). all was tested on Win 7 Sp1 64 + TXS 2.52
      also seems impossible to redefine alt+c shortcut because it used in program main menu (for MaCros menu), just as alt+f (for File), alt+e (for Edit) etc.

       

  • Anonymous
    2013-01-29

    I've deleted it from Edit\Cut and it worked, thanks! But there was no warnings while redefining ctrl+ins and shift+del default commands (http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/4526/snap1az.png). all was tested on Win 7 Sp1 64 + TXS 2.52
    also seems impossible to redefine alt+c shortcut because it used in program main menu (for MaCros menu), just as alt+f (for File), alt+e (for Edit) etc.

     
  • But there was no warnings while redefining ctrl+ins and shift+del default commands

    Yeah, that's the bug, when there are two shortcuts for one menui tem

    also seems impossible to redefine alt+c shortcut because it used in program main menu

    It works on Linux. Probably another of these strange qt issues