Code Hint - Removing Dupe Entry in Keyboard Shortcut List

Joel Madero at
Fri Jun 28 07:09:32 PDT 2013

On 06/28/2013 07:05 AM, Kohei Yoshida wrote:
> On 06/28/2013 08:34 AM, Markus Mohrhard wrote:
>> Actually these are normally not trivial as they have code indirectly
>> attached to them so you should first check that also the attached
>> actions have the same behavior or are surely unused. Normally the
>> string is mapped to a command id which is then used in the code. For
>> example the .uno:RenameTable can't be deleted because it has a lot of
>> code attached that is necessary. I could not find anything for the
>> .uno:Name command but if you say that it appears in the menu when you
>> delete the string definition there appears to be somewhere a hidden
>> mapping.
> .uno:Name is mapped internally to FID_TAB_RENAME which is still very 
> much used.
> The way to find out the mapping from an .uno:Foo name to an internal 
> event ID is to look into these .sdi files in sc/sdi/ (without the 
> ".uno:" prefix).  In this case there is this entry
> SfxVoidItem RenameTable FID_TAB_MENU_RENAME
> (SfxStringItem Name FID_TAB_RENAME)
> [
> ...
> ]
> BTW, I'm not 100% sure how these two are related - the one at the top 
> and the one in the parenthesis. I'm not an expert on this sdi file 
> syntax.
> Anyway, even this small hint will hopefully be helpful.

Go figure that another one that seems so easy is not easy :-/ So, given 
that it's used internally - how do we hide it from the list so there 
isn't a duplicate.

Best Wishes,

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