It would make sense to me. I think it is a good principle to utilize a shortcut as a toggle when it is never used for anything else, like the shortcut for opening a dialog in this example.
It also ties well in with the toggle principle behind commands like "Full screen" (F11)
On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 8:15 PM, Plácido Sousa <> wrote:
Hi all,

Let's say I use the "Ctrl+Shift+F" shortcut to show the Fill and Stroke Dialog.
Wouldn't it make sence that if I press it again the dialog would disappear?

> Plácido André Sousa

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