Customizing keyboard shortcuts
Thread poster: Michael Mestre

Michael Mestre
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Oct 31, 2012

The new scripting interface is very nice. However, the default keyboard shortcuts for accessing them (CTRL + ALT + F1, F2, F3...) cannot be used directly in Linux, as these key combinations switch from the X-Window interface to the console terminals.

Is there a way to customize these OmegaT shortcuts so that I can use them in my Ubuntu ?

Thank you !


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esperantisto  Identity Verified
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RTFM Oct 31, 2012

It’s in Appendix G. Shortcuts customization of the user manual.

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Michael Mestre
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Please stay polite Oct 31, 2012

Thank you for your answer, but it would have been nice of you to omit the "F" in the subject without altering the message.

(Besides, the manual dated from 09/25/2012 does NOT list the menu item code for the scripts in the Tools menu (see page 94). One more reason to be nice maybe..).

[Edited at 2012-10-31 13:12 GMT]


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Didier Briel  Identity Verified
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The only way is modifying the plugin Nov 2, 2012

Michael Mestre wrote:

The new scripting interface is very nice. However, the default keyboard shortcuts for accessing them (CTRL + ALT + F1, F2, F3...) cannot be used directly in Linux, as these key combinations switch from the X-Window interface to the console terminals.

Is there a way to customize these OmegaT shortcuts

Actually, these are the shortcuts of the plugin, not OmegaT shortcuts (which explains the issue).
so that I can use them in my Ubuntu ?

The only way to customize the shortcuts is by modifying the plugin and recompiling it.

Didier


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Didier Briel  Identity Verified
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Plugin shortcuts cannot be customized Nov 2, 2012

esperantisto wrote:

It’s in Appendix G. Shortcuts customization of the user manual.

It doesn't apply in that case, as plugin shortcuts cannot be customized currently.

Didier


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