I'm not keen on "Ctrl + random-letter-just-because-it's-available"On 23 April 2013 22:43, Gale Andrews <email@example.com> wrote:
> Then we could keep the current menu order or perhaps:
> Zoom In (Ctrl+1)
> Zoom Normal (Ctrl+2)
> Zoom Out (Ctrl+3)
> Zoom to Selection (Ctrl+E)
> Fit in Window (Ctrl+F)
> Fit Vertically (Shift+Ctrl+F)
> Go to Selection Start (Ctrl+G)
> Go to Selection End (Ctrl+H)
> This keeps all the "Zoom", "Fit" and "Go" together and would
> have my vote.
> But CTRL + number is my main concern.
Unless you use that shortcut every day you are not likely to remember it.
How about Ctrl + [ for the start of the selection and Ctrl + ] for the end?
Open and close square brackets suggest the start and end of something,
and have a visual similarity with the start and end of the selection.