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User-defined keyboard shortcuts should appear in menus

Ben Willmore 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 0
For example, if I assign a keyboard shortcut to the reindent command (which doesn't have a shortcut by default), the shortcut should appear next to Edit->Line->Reindent. This provides a way to for a user to relearn shortcuts which he assigned and then forgot.

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In the general case, they do.

Please note though, that on Linux and OS X, the menu APIs are limited, and not all possible key bindings are able to be displayed on the menu (e.g., it's not possible to display sequence key bindings in the menu on Linux)
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In the general case, they do.

Please note though, that on Linux and OS X, the menu APIs are limited, and not all possible key bindings are able to be displayed on the menu (e.g., it's not possible to display sequence key bindings in the menu on Linux)