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Secondary Shortcut

[expired user]'s profile image [expired user] posted 12 years ago in General Permalink
Hi,

how to set the secondary shortcut? The input-field is always disabled.

Greets
Plasm
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 12 years ago Permalink
Only the Query editor commands (see "SQL editing" sub commands) can have secondary shortcuts.
[expired user]'s profile image [expired user] posted 12 years ago Permalink
Hmm, it´s a pity.
I hate that the query-tab doesn´t support ctrl+ins (copy), shift+del (cut) and shift+ins (paste).
By the way: i just recognized that the "secondary shortcut"-option wouldn´t help me even if i could use it in the "various"-section, since there is no support for the shift key :-(

Is it possible to support the keys anyhow? Almost every win-program supports theses keys (yes, i do know that ctrl+c, etc is the standard).
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 12 years ago Permalink
Looks like you misunderstood me. Only the query tab related commands *support* secondary shortcuts. So, please look under "SQL editing" in Tools > Preferences > Shortcuts

Shift is supported but mostly in combination with Ctrl.
[expired user]'s profile image [expired user] posted 12 years ago Permalink
Oh, it seems that i don´t misunderstood you but the section-names on the Shortcuts-tab. Now i got it :-)

Is there a reason for not supporting shift-only shortcuts (without ctrl)?

And why is Copy, Paste, Undo, etc twice in the list ?

Ah, and last but not least: how to delete a shortcut ?
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 12 years ago Permalink
> Is there a reason for not supporting shift-only shortcuts (without ctrl)?

That's a limitation of SynEdit I guess. Although it could also be that this is just a limitation of the shortcut input box (which is also part of SynEdit, btw).

> why is Copy, Paste, Undo, etc twice in the list ?

Twice applied to the SynEdit memos, by default, but with different shortcuts. Shrug...

> Ah, and last but not least: how to delete a shortcut ?

Press Ctrl or Alt once and release.

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