[PATCH] "close" action shortcut

Jarosław Staniek js at iidea.pl
Sat Dec 3 20:35:40 GMT 2005

Nicolas Goutte said the following, On 2005-12-03 20:27:

> On Saturday 03 December 2005 20:25, Jarosław Staniek wrote:
>>Nicolas Goutte said the following, On 2005-12-03 19:17:
>>>On Saturday 03 December 2005 19:13, Jaroslaw Staniek wrote:
>>>>Gary Cramblitt said the following, On 2005-12-03 00:57:
>>>>>On Friday 02 December 2005 06:36 pm, Jarosław Staniek wrote:
>>>>>>A patch for 3.5.1 and trunk:
>>>>>>FIX1. win32 only:
>>>>>>CTRL+F4 shortcut is well known and expected to work on win32: added it
>>>>>>as default shortcut; CTRL+W moved as alternative.
>>>>>>FIX2. After FIX1, "close_window" action in KMDI can just use
>>>>>I have no problem with the patch but just wanted to mention that if you
>>>>>go into K Control Center | Regional and Accessibility | Keyboard
>>>>>Shortcuts, and choose the Windows theme, Ctrl+F4 is already assigned to
>>>>>File | Close.
>>>>OK, thanks for the hint. Now I decided to give up with altering KStdAccel
>>>>and instead alter default kdeglobals file:
>>>>Please could anyone tell me: is there a template for (global, not user's)
>>>>kdeglobals file created somewhere by KDE scripts?
>>>>If not, I guess we will keep such a template in win/ subdir so one day it
>>>>can be added to our official KDE/win32 package.
>>>But people using Linux would perhaps want Windows key bindings too. So I
>>>do not understand why you do not want to add it to the normal key
>>>bindings, especially that as far as I see, it is already there.
>> > (I really doubt that a
>>>Windows user will want to select the KDE key bindings, except if he knows
>>>KDE beforehand.)
>>CTRL+W is there already on windows used in some apps, e.g. in Mozilla. It's
>>all about sane defaults.
> Then perhaps it should be added as alternative in the files below. (Also that 
> the user can get back the default for Windows, if he wants to try other key 
> bindings.)

See the attached patch. OK? (also added cut/copy/paste alternatives since 
these are still available/used on win32)

regards / pozdrawiam,
  Jaroslaw Staniek / OpenOffice Polska
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