And what's the intended behavior of CTRL + W ?
Usually it closes the tab, in Heidi just clears the tab.
Shortcuts can be customized in Tools > Preferences > Shortcuts.
if someone can confirm this i will submit a bug report
And i found the shortcut for 'undo' but nothing on 'redo'
In most programs this redoes the last action and in HeidiSQL it seems to delete a single line.
It still wasn't able to change the shortcuts.
I just noticed that 'Redo' is twice in the list with shortcuts.
Could that be the issue?
I am facing the same problem trying to customize "Upper Case Block" with Ctrl+U shortcut and "Lower Case Block" with Ctrl+Shift+U shortcut.
I get a message saying that the shortcut SynEdit "Ctrl+U" to ecUpperCaseBlock is not possible because shortcut already exists.
I looked at every shortcut and Ctrl+U is not used.
What can I do to customize theses shortcuts ?
Here is how I got Ctrl+Y keyboard shortcut for HeidiSQL 188.8.131.5284 mapped to Undo.
- Go to Tools > Preferences > Shortcuts > SQL Editing
- Select the first "Undo" command and click in the "Shortcut" box. Press "Ctrl" twice, and it will change to "(None)".
- Do the same with the first "Redo" command.
- Go to the second "Undo" command and set the Shortcut to "Ctrl+Z"
- Go to the second "Redo" command set the Shortcut to "Ctrl+Y"
- Click "Apply" button
You should not see any errors in the message log, like "Could not apply SynEdit keystroke shortcut "Ctrl+Y" (or secondary: "") to ecRedo. Shortcut already exists.".
Go to a query window and test.
BTW, Ctrl+Y by default is mapped to "Delete Line"! Map that to "Ctrl+Shift+Del" instead, just like my favorite text editor, Textpad.
CTRL + Y
CTRL + SHIFT + Z
Both works same but it all depend on the application or the software which shortcut work there.
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