Ctrl+Y shortcut for redo

Nicolas Goutte nicolasg at snafu.de
Fri Sep 1 18:49:57 BST 2006

On Friday 01 September 2006 12:08, Thomas Zander wrote:
> On Friday 1 September 2006 11:09, Hans Meine wrote:
> > > we could say this, yes. but if refugees from redmond are used to
> > > ctrl+y and it's fixable, that's a bit snarky on our part.
> >
> > I agree mostly with Aaron.  Anyways, it's simply a matter of weighting
> > the pros and cons.  I agree that another taken shortcut is a bad
> > disadvantage, but IMO the advantage of giving cross-desktop-consistency
> > to a lot of users being used to that shortcut outweights it.  (If you
> > keep the shortcut available for other actions, you would risk someone
> > activating it unintentionally instead of redo anyways.)
> Could we then please remove the different configurations for
> KDE/Windows/Mac people. Less to maintain and from this thread its
> apparent that its not being used anyway.


For me personally, as an example, Alt-F4 (Windows-mode) for closing a window 
is still different from Ctrl-Q (KDE-mode). 

Therefore I do not really understand what you are meaning here. Sorry!

Have a nice day!

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