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OSX: Add "cmd+,"-hotkey to open preferences #2860

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luclu opened this Issue May 27, 2015 · 6 comments

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luclu commented May 27, 2015

for standard osx user-experience.

Is this possible with wx?
Or is it binding Ctrl / Cmd and so confusing Win-users with Ctrl+,?

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Thank you, I did it.

Yes, Ctrl and Cmd are bound by the GUI toolkit we use, but I don't know whether there's a standard shortcut for Windows so let's see if someone complains for this.

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alexrj commented May 31, 2015

Thank you, I did it.

Yes, Ctrl and Cmd are bound by the GUI toolkit we use, but I don't know whether there's a standard shortcut for Windows so let's see if someone complains for this.

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❤️ cool! :)

luclu commented May 31, 2015

❤️ cool! :)

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Are you sure this is right? The only preferences hotkey I've ever seen has always been '⌘,' (command comma). I just tested on the half dozen programs I have open right now, and that's they hotkey for each one.

michaelnew commented Jun 1, 2015

Are you sure this is right? The only preferences hotkey I've ever seen has always been '⌘,' (command comma). I just tested on the half dozen programs I have open right now, and that's they hotkey for each one.

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@mikenew12 yeah, you are totally right!
the GUI-toolkit in use makes Ctrl+, to Cmd+, on osx and Ctrl+, on win AFAIN.

luclu commented Jun 1, 2015

@mikenew12 yeah, you are totally right!
the GUI-toolkit in use makes Ctrl+, to Cmd+, on osx and Ctrl+, on win AFAIN.

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Exactly @mikenew12, that's what Slic3r now has.

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alexrj commented Jun 1, 2015

Exactly @mikenew12, that's what Slic3r now has.

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michaelnew Jun 1, 2015

Ha, sorry guys. I completely misread the title here. Sneaky comma.

michaelnew commented Jun 1, 2015

Ha, sorry guys. I completely misread the title here. Sneaky comma.

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