Fair question. The main reason is that I have a small number of clashes with global shortcuts created elsewhere using other software.
I can sort the spreadsheet list on 'Keys' and see very easily where the clashes are.
I can then see easily which keys are unused in Vivaldi.
I can record any changes that I make a further column.
The second reason is that I want to add some keys, and I want a record of the changes and easy access to that record. Again, sorting on keys and recording the added key in a further column is really useful.
In Excel, these changes and warnings can be also be marked using colours as well as further columns.
I like this idea a lot. I'd love to bind Shift+Left click trigger "Open Link" and Left click to "Open Link in New Tab" (instead of its current behaviour of "open in same or new tab depending on the link").
<C-P> and <C-N> ?
Is there anyway to select with ctrl-p (previous) or ctrl-n (next)?
that keybinding is what most app (even Google Chrome) makes available, but it is missing in Vivaldi.
I think it is a convenient shortcut that keeps hand on the home row of the keyboard, based on emacs movement key.
@maxtao No one voted for this feature request yet, so don't hold your breath waiting for it. There are about 2,000 feature requests. If a feature is currently being worked on, it will be tagged as In Progress. Otherwise, you won't hear any news.
@dannyswift I would be happy if the Panel Toolbar closed when the shortcut was pressed again — I use F4 then click the icon to switch panels, but I would to use specific shortcuts for specific panels if the Panel Toolbar toggled off.
@LonM said in Add Shortcut in Menu:
Or is the request specifically to offer a quick way to change shortcuts on the menu?
Yes, add, change or delete.
Go to file menu > Import Bookmarks > right click > add E + B as shortcut, for example.
May I can grep Blender source for it, UI code is in Python iirc.
EDIT: Oops, 3 million lines of code and I am not a developer. weeping