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Disable keyboard shortcuts (selectively) #1974
Is there a way to selectively remap or disable shortcuts?
In almost all the software I use, the key combination control-h (
I have not figured out how to do this.
I tried looking for existing mappings in System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts
I unclicked the existing shortcut for "All Applications > Show Help Menu", even though that was mapped to something other than ^-h, but this did not change the behavior of the app.
Since there was nothing there, I also tried adding a new shortcut for Sequel Pro to match the "MySQL Help" menu item, hoping that it would overwrite the existing one, but this did not help either.
We have "MySQL Help" in the Help menu, I think we should add "MySQL Help for Word" to the Help menu as well, and put the shortcut there.
Also I suspect the NSTextView subclass is actually the one looking for the ^H keypress? Haven't checked... but if so, we could just remove that once there is a help for word menu item.
Came here to find ⌘ + return to execute a query (like MySQL Workbench).
Found that I can map using mac Key bindings with the names of
If you want to do it how @twlz0ne suggested it would be:
Note: you may have to restart the app.