[Libreoffice-ux-advise] Change default shortcut of Redo action

JorenDC joren.libreoffice at telenet.be
Fri May 10 14:23:32 PDT 2013

Op 10-05-13 23:16, Mirek M. schreef:
> On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 11:05 PM, JorenDC 
> <joren.libreoffice at telenet.be <mailto:joren.libreoffice at telenet.be>> 
> wrote:
>     Op 10-05-13 23:03, JorenDC schreef:
>          I verified the behavior of other programs, and I see most of
>         them (randomly: Firefox and on Linux (Mint), Adobe Reader on
>         Windows, Twitter (v2.2.0) and native 'text editor' on Mac OSX,
>         ...) uses ctrl+shift+z for a redo action. I found 1
>         application during my random search that also uses ctrl+y as
>         redo: Word for Mac.
>     Sorry for the noise. But off course, for Mac applications it isn't
>     ctrl but cmd (Command).
> Would it be possible to have both shortcuts?
> We don't want to alienate people who are now using Ctrl+Y.
Agreed to that, that's also what an user in Comment 7 
(https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=32368#c7) mentioned. But I 
don't know it's possible in LibreOffice to have both shortcut keys 
linked to one (uno) action. And if it's possible: which command should 
we display as 'default' in our menu entries?

Kind regards,

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