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  • #9117

    CrashNBurn
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    Tools > Properties (for all | current)
    [Keyboard]
    Find current Shortcut for Key: X
    Press New Shortcut Key: Y

    When shortcut “X” is pressed, it would be nice if the the dialogs above, would locate the current shortcut as to make it easier to assign “Y”.

    Or a button, after you press the shortcut inside the “Press New Shortcut Key” to:
    [Find Command], which would populate the dialogs with that command, so a new shortcut can be assigned.

    #9120

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hi CrashNBurn,

    I will consider that feature in future versions
    Thanks!

    #9179

    CrashNBurn
    Member

    I found the command, Help -> Keyboard Map a while back.

    If it had 1 additional TabStop beside the “[Current Keys]” Tabstop it would pretty much have this functionality.
    Additional TabStop: [Key]
    Which just shows the current assigned key, without any modifier keys, then the list could be sorted by keys…

    Currently, when you double-click on any item in the Keyboard Map list it opens that command focused in the Keyboard Properties (config).

    #9666

    CrashNBurn
    Member

    Not sure if it is bad form or not, just bumping a few of my old requests since v11 beta is now out.

    The command help/keyboard map shows a list of EmEditor functions and assigned keyboard shortcuts.

    It would be helpful if we could sort that list by the non-modifier keys that make up that shortcut.

    E.G. instead of:
    [Category]___[Command]___[Current Keys]___[Description]

    [Category]_[Command]_[Shortcut]_[Key]_[Description]
    File Open Ctrl+O O Opens an existing file.

    The only change that would be required beyond the additional “Key” Tabstop, would be any commands that are assigned multiple shortcuts should likely appear multiple times in the list.
    E.G.

    [Category]_[Command]_[Shortcut]_[Key]_[Description]
    File Close Ctrl+F4 F4 Closes the current file.
    File Close Ctrl+W W Closes the current file.

    Since from the Keyboard map we can double-click on an entry and go right to the change-shortcut option for that command.

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