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ctrl+shift+l overrides a default binding #29

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FichteFoll opened this Issue Jun 2, 2014 · 4 comments

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FichteFoll commented Jun 2, 2014

The two-way ctrl+shift+l bindings that you use override the default binding for split_selection_into_lines (on Windows and Linux).

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Yes I am award of this issue, not sure what to do though, any idea recommendation?

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csch0 commented Jun 2, 2014

Yes I am award of this issue, not sure what to do though, any idea recommendation?

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Perhaps change the binding to empty selection only.. Just thinking..

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csch0 commented Jun 2, 2014

Perhaps change the binding to empty selection only.. Just thinking..

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The easiest way would be to just use a different binding, but I assume that limiting your bindings to a selection (if that is useful) is pretty clever too. I don't actually know what the commands do.

FichteFoll commented Jun 2, 2014

The easiest way would be to just use a different binding, but I assume that limiting your bindings to a selection (if that is useful) is pretty clever too. I don't actually know what the commands do.

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With that command you can choose what you wanna fill, just an addition for the normal fill command. For example if you create your own command to insert a figure and that command will not be detected as image src, you can use it to search for a pdf in your project and fill the path.

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csch0 commented Jun 3, 2014

With that command you can choose what you wanna fill, just an addition for the normal fill command. For example if you create your own command to insert a figure and that command will not be detected as image src, you can use it to search for a pdf in your project and fill the path.

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