Mon Apr 4 16:55:31 NZST 2005
On Mon, 2005-04-04 at 16:34 +1200, Perry Lorier wrote:
> One thing I do like about The Gimp is that you can bind shortcut keys on
> the fly. If you find yourself accessing the same menu heaps, you just
> hover over the item with the mouse and press the key you want to be
> bound to it. it then binds that key to that feature so you can press
> that instead. I often bind f1 -> f5 to things I'm commonly doing "right
> now" and use that to quickly select things, then later when I'm doing
> something else I'll rebind them to something else.
As a side note, this is available in almost all GTK applications (Except
where the authors have explicitly turned the behaviour off) Just enable
it in Preferences > Menus and Toolbars -> Editable menu accelerators
(o< - A l a s t a i r P o r t e r
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