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OS X-Consistent Keyboard Shortcuts in Preference Pane #527

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Orion751 opened this issue Oct 26, 2011 · 9 comments
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OS X-Consistent Keyboard Shortcuts in Preference Pane #527

Orion751 opened this issue Oct 26, 2011 · 9 comments
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Orion751 commented Oct 26, 2011

Ever since I first saw that little "i" button in QS's preference I always thought it should be accessible via the command-i key combo.

It would be consistent with Apple's apps and would make perfect sense. Wouldn't you agree?

EDIT: I'd like to add command-f to search documentation, Triggers and Plug-ins.

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skurfer commented Oct 26, 2011

Completely agree. Hopefully someone else will take it on. Interface Builder is my Kryptonite.

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HenningJ commented Oct 26, 2011

Yay. A +1 from me. :-)

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pjrobertson commented Mar 31, 2012

Fixed in #785

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Orion751 commented Apr 1, 2012

Only thing that #785 is missing is command-f for searches.

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Orion751 commented May 20, 2012

Should command-i be working in B68? It's not for me, but command-+ and command-r do.

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pjrobertson commented May 20, 2012

⌘I should be working in the triggers, plugins and catalog pref panes.
Select an item then hit ⌘I to open the side panel

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Should command-i be working in B68? It's not for me, but command-+ and
command-r do.


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Orion751 commented May 20, 2012

It's not working.

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pjrobertson commented May 20, 2012

If you could elaborate a little more, it might help us sort out your problem.
What OS are you using, do you have any triggers set up to use ⌘I - does it work in other applications (like Finder)?
If you have 2 copies of QS running it might cause problems.

Also, if you let us know your keyboard layout that might be of help

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Orion751 commented May 21, 2012

Derp. Was a trigger. Thanks for helping me get to the bottom of that so
quickly!

On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 5:01 PM, Patrick Robertson <
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If you could elaborate a little more, it might help us sort out your
problem.
What OS are you using, do you have any triggers set up to use ⌘I - does it
work in other applications (like Finder)?
If you have 2 copies of QS running it might cause problems.

Also, if you let us know your keyboard layout that might be of help


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