[sugar] [PATCH] fix #4646 - replace/normalize some keyboard shortcuts
Tue Apr 29 12:31:50 EDT 2008
On 29.04.2008, at 18:10, Eben Eliason wrote:
> Ctrl-Q is likewise redundant with the ctrl-esc shortcut, which is a
> mostly non-standard shortcut, but somehow makes sense in this context
> anyway. (Hey, it beats alt-F4, right?...there's no logic there that I
> can see) In other news, after looking it up, it turns out that
> ctrl-esc used to be used to reveal the task manager in Windows,
> allowing one to terminate running programs (semantically aligned with
> our use here). Oddly, it has since been remapped to invoke the
> Windows start menu, with opposite semantics. This despite the fact
> that many PC keyboards even have a Windows key which does this anyway.
> In any case, I support our interpretation of ctrl-esc and think it
> serves the purposes without need for redundancy.
I thought that all ctrl-modifiers should be handled by the activity?
Wouldn't alt-esc be more appropriate, since the handler is in the shell?
- Bert -
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