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Commits on Sep 15, 2017
  1. Changes made based on review

    cedricium committed Sep 15, 2017
    Removed unnecessary comments and changed the 'Save' button in `new-server-form.js`
    to 'Add'.
  2. Made changes based on @rishig recommendations

    cedricium committed Sep 15, 2017
    Changes include:
    - increasing the font size of the 'Create new organization' link
    - adding more bottom margin to the link
    - aligning the link text with the external navigation icon
Commits on Sep 14, 2017
  1. 'Create New Organization' added to Settings page

    cedricium committed Sep 13, 2017
    This fixes #281, which will allow users to open an external link in their default
    browser to create a new organization on
Commits on Sep 11, 2017
  1. Shorten 'Keyboard Shortcuts' to just 'Shortcuts'

    cedricium committed Sep 11, 2017
Commits on Sep 10, 2017
  1. List application-specific shortcuts only

    cedricium committed Sep 10, 2017
  2. Changed 'Ctrl/Cmd' to appropriate user OS key

    cedricium committed Sep 10, 2017
    If Windows or Linux, variable `userOSKey` will be 'Ctrl'. For Macs, `userOSKey`
    will be '⌘' and these values will show up in place of the previous 'Ctrl/Cmd' keys.
  3. Added all keyboard shortcuts

    cedricium committed Sep 10, 2017
    Finished adding all keyboard shortcuts to the Settings page. Styled the tables
    such that they are uniform with their columns being the same
    At the bottom of the 'Keyboard Shortcuts' settings page, a link to the
    complete keyboard shortcuts documentation
    ( was also added.
  4. Adding keyboard shortcuts in Settings

    cedricium committed Sep 10, 2017
    This is the initial pass at adding keyboard shortcuts to the Settings page. In
    this commit, the `ShortcutsSection` class has been created and is applied to a
    newly-added 'Keyboard Shortcuts' nav item. The template for ShortcutsSection
    is essentially multiple settings cards containing one table of keyboard short-
    cuts organized by their underlying functionality.
    The HTML `<kbd>` tag was defined in preference.css which styles the element to
    look like a keyboard key, similar to StackOverflow or GitHub.
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