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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0009830||Scribus||Story Editor / Text Frames||public||2011-03-10 15:31||2016-02-10 17:04|
|Platform||Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick||OS||Ubuntu||OS Version||10.10 Maverick|
|Summary||0009830: Keyboard Shortcuts for Special Characters don't work|
|Description||I'm aware that shortcuts for styles don't work yet, but I'm pretty sure I had success using the shortcuts to insert double left quotation marks.|
This functionally, it seems, is now gone. My previous shortcut (CTRL+SHIFT+") for double left no longer works.
I wanted to assign a shortcut for inserting the Bullet character, but the action has no effect; as is the case with changing the shortcut for non-breaking dash.
|Steps To Reproduce||1) Change shortcut for non-breaking dash to anything you want, or assign one for "Insert -> Bullet"|
2) Try pressing said shortcut in story editor - the shortcut combination doesn't work.
|Additional Information||I've tried changing the shortcut for Align and Distribute and worked fine, which is what makes me think I'm misremembering these shortcuts ever worked.|
||Works for me... but it is control shift ' here, as " is the shifted character - it is *totally* keyboard layout dependent.|
Hm, just tried at home on Ubuntu 10.04. Even if I set the shortcut to F10, it doesn't work.
Tried to also change the shortcut for non-breaking dash from the default ctrl+alt+- to F10, in the preferences it shows the "F10", but in the Story Editor's menu it still shows the ctrl+alt+- shortcut, and it's that shortcut - not the F10 - that types the non-breaking dash.
Let me know if there's some way I could provide more info on this issue.
||Unable to reproduce this with Scribus 1.4.0.rc2 built in a 10.10 virtual machine. Setting F10 works here.|
What I just did is deleted my build and ~/.scribus and rebuilt everything fresh.
Setting F10 doesn't work, even though in the file ~/.scribus/scribus135.rc the shortcut is set to F10.
I even searched that file for occurrence of Ctrl+Alt+-, and it's not even there!
Is there some other file where Scribus looks for its shortcuts? I'm just flabbergasted with Ctrl+Alt+- inserting the non-breaking dash, even though that sequence is not set anywhere...
I am using Scribus 1.4.0 rc5, Build ID: C-*-T-*-C1.8.6-Windows, the computer is running M$ XP and I get one of these problems.
My keyboard shortcut for "Double Left" is Ctrl+Shift+'
That shortcut works fine.
My keyboard shortcut for "Double Right" is Alt+Shift+"
This shortcut does NOT work correctly. I get a double straight quote instead of a double closing, typographic quote.
The display of the second shortcut is different from Scribus 1.3.3... which were Ctrl+Shift+' and Alt+Shift+'
This difference in 1.4 is consistent, at least the ;: and /? and .> keys show the unshifted character with Ctrl+Shift and the shifted one with Alt+Shift.
|2011-03-10 15:31||zoffix||New Issue|
|2011-03-10 21:50||cbradney||Note Added: 0025786|
|2011-03-11 01:47||zoffix||Note Added: 0025791|
|2011-03-12 10:40||cbradney||Note Added: 0025799|
|2011-03-12 18:15||zoffix||Note Added: 0025801|
|2011-10-04 05:34||richardpaulhall||Note Added: 0026957|
|2015-09-17 20:08||Kunda||Category||Story Editor / Text Frames => Story Ed/Txt Frames|
|2015-09-17 20:12||Kunda||Category||Story Ed/Txt Frames => Story Editor / Text Frames|
|2015-10-27 16:40||Kunda||Relationship added||related to 0010289|
|2016-02-10 17:04||Kunda||Tag Attached: shortcuts|
|2016-02-10 17:04||Kunda||Relationship added||related to 0013506|
|2016-02-10 17:04||Kunda||Relationship added||related to 0005194|