[Konsole-devel] Bug#39808: marked as done (konsole does not react to global keyboard shortcuts like 'Find') by Stephan Binner <binner at kde.org>
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Tue Apr 2 09:18:03 UTC 2002
Your message with subj: konsole does not react to global keyboard shortcuts like 'Find'
Konsole will never use global find keyboard shortcut for the reason that =
default is Ctrl-F which always should be sent to the terminal application=
KDE 3.1 Konsole will most likely allow you to define a shortcut for "Find=
so you can define it to Ctrl-F for yourself while preventing you to sent =
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Subject: konsole does not react to global keyboard shortcuts like 'Find'
From: hans at ecke.ws
Version: 1.1 (using KDE 3.0.0 )
Installed from: Red Hat Linux 7.2.92
Compiler: gcc version 2.96 20000731 (Red Hat Linux 7.2 2.96-107)
OS: Linux (i686) release 2.4.18-0.4custom
first let me thank you for that really nice new version of konsole (and KDE in general). 'Save History' and 'Find in History' were the items highest on my wishlist for a long time and now its there. Thanks for all the work.
Okay, here the wishlist item: in the Control Center under 'Look & Feel' -> 'Shortcuts' you can assign keyboard shortcuts to common actions, like 'Find' ('Application Shortcuts' -> 'Edit' -> 'Find'). Konsole should support that as much as possible.
Indeed, when I saw that added menu item, I instinctly hit 'Ctrl-F', expecting a Find window to come up. That nothing happened disturbed my workflow a lot.
This is also unpractical because it requires me to have the menubar visible, which wastes space.
Thanks for listening
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