D17442: KTextEditor: Tweak keyboard shortcuts to prepare for F6/Shift+F6 in Kate
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Sun Dec 9 09:10:57 GMT 2018
gregormi added a comment.
In D17442#373708 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D17442#373708>, @ngraham wrote:
> I always re-bind Find Next and and Find Previous to use [Ctrl] + [G] and [Ctrl] + [⇧] + [G]. These are the shortcuts that are used by most 3rd-party apps, as well as all GNOME and macOS apps. It might make more sense to standardize on those.
Just to clarify: F3/Shift+F3 would stay the same, right?
F3: goto next match when searching in current file only
Shift+F3: goto previous match when searching in current file only
About Ctrl+G: The Ctrl+G suggestion (as alternative to F6) would apply to a project wide search. I also thought of F6 to later become the "universal next" which could also be used to step through code analyzer results.
Currently, Ctrl+G is bound to "Goto line" which is also common in other programs (Atom, Sublime, ...). An alternative for "Goto line" could be Ctrl+L as in Qt Creator.
To: gregormi, #kate
Cc: ngraham, kwrite-devel, kde-frameworks-devel, hase, michaelh, bruns, demsking, cullmann, sars, dhaumann
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