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Bump @github/hotkey from 1.2.2 to 1.2.3 #712

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Bumps @github/hotkey from 1.2.2 to 1.2.3.

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Hotkey Behavior

Trigger an action on a target element when a key or sequence of keys is pressed
on the keyboard. This triggers a focus event on form fields, or a click event on
<a href="...">, <button> and <summary> elements.

By default, hotkeys are extracted from a target element's data-hotkey
attribute, but this can be overridden by passing the hotkey to the registering
function (install) as a parameter.

Multiple hotkeys are separated by a ,; key combinations are separated
by a +; and key sequences are separated by a space.

Two-keypress sequences such as g c and g i are stored
under the 'g' key in a nested object with 'c' and 'i' keys.

mappings =
  'c'     : <a href="/rails/rails/issues/new" data-hotkey="c">New Issue</a>
  'g'     :
    'c'   : <a href="/rails/rails" data-hotkey="g c">Code</a>
    'i'   : <a href="/rails/rails/issues" data-hotkey="g i">Issues</a>

In this example, both g c and c could be available as hotkeys on the
same page, but g c and g can't coexist. If the user presses
g, the c hotkey will be unavailable for 1500 ms while we
wait for either g c or g i.

Accessibility considerations

Please note that adding this functionality to your site can be a drawback for
certain users. Providing a way in your system to disable hotkeys or remap
them makes sure that those users can still use your site (given that it's
accessible to those users).

See "Understanding Success Criterion 2.1.4: Character Key Shortcuts"
for further reading on this topic.


$ npm install @github/hotkey



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Bump @github/hotkey from 1.2.2 to 1.2.3
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@CHTJonas CHTJonas merged commit 54ffee5 into master Aug 8, 2019

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