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"Select Current Selection in command windows" hotkey trigger resets all the time #1416

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sadhuroura opened this issue Mar 4, 2013 · 2 comments
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@sadhuroura
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@sadhuroura sadhuroura commented Mar 4, 2013

I like to assign "Select Current Selection in command windows" trigger to CTRL + ALT + G. I change the hotkey from CMD + ESC (default one) to my desired one but all the time it returns to its default configuration.

I haven't done further investigation, I don't know when it happens. If I discover something new about this weird and annoying behaviour I'll make you know

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@pjrobertson pjrobertson commented Mar 4, 2013

Other users have reported that the trigger does not change for them, so if
you can work out why that would be really helpful, thanks.

On 4 March 2013 19:15, sadhuroura notifications@github.com wrote:

I like to assign "Select Current Selection in command windows" trigger to
CTRL + ALT + G. I change the hotkey from CMD + ESC (default one) to my
desired one but all the time it returns to its default configuration.

I haven't done further investigation, I don't know when it happens. If I
discover something new about this weird and annoying behaviour I'll make
you know


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com//issues/1416
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@krono krono commented Mar 5, 2013

+1.
Here, the trigger does not even deactivate if I uncheck it in the Triggers preference pane. This is especially annoying, as I have mapped CMD+ESC to Total Terminal

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