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Add keyboard shortcuts to menu dropdowns #5525


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Following up on the work of @aaronmyatt in #2968, this PR fixes #2759.

Fix was all about adding a missing CSS rule regarding word wrapping specifically for kbd tag.

Windows fix OK

We (see below) tested the fix on many OS & browsers:

  • ✅ Mac OS: Safari & Firefox
  • ✅ Linux: Brave & Firefox
  • ✅ Windows 10: Edge & Chrome & Firefox

As a side note, this PR is a contribution from mob-programming involving : @CadiChris, @garaud, @klock, @limdhuul, @lmazardo, @mikaelletang, @murlock, @Nelyus, @pgrange


@blink1073 blink1073 added this to the 6.2 milestone Jun 12, 2020
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Nice work, thanks! Since we've already got an RC out for 6.1 I'm leaving this open and targeted for 6.2.

@Nelyus Nelyus force-pushed the add-keyboard-shortcuts-to-menu-dropdowns branch from 0e17c45 to ab74efb Compare June 24, 2020 08:19
@lmazardo lmazardo force-pushed the add-keyboard-shortcuts-to-menu-dropdowns branch from ab74efb to 98f6464 Compare July 1, 2020 18:26
@kevin-bates kevin-bates mentioned this pull request Jul 22, 2020
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@blink1073 blink1073 modified the milestones: 6.2, 6.1 Jul 23, 2020
@blink1073 blink1073 merged commit 7978c0f into jupyter:master Jul 23, 2020
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Improve keyboard shortcut discoverability
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