Show Keyboard Shortcuts in Menus
Automatically display the assigned shortcut in menus.
LonM last edited by LonM
I'll merge an old feature request here, because it seems like they're similar/relevant enough.
Keyboard Shortcuts in context menus
The context menus show the keyboard shortcuts used by chrome, but not those set by vivaldi. E.g. right clicking a tab shows the "pin tab" command, but does not display a keyboard shortcut if one is set. Right now only the keyboard cheat sheet shows this info.
LonM's post had six upvotes already, so I created a new thread and moved it as there is no way to move a post and create a new topic at once.
There is also no way to transfer votes to the new topic, so please vote for that, not the reply.
I reported this as a bug:
(VB-41002) Shortcuts on Menus Don't Work if Modified
As LonM said:
The context menus show the keyboard shortcuts used by chrome, but not those set by Vivaldi.
For example, if I delete the Ctrl+R shortcut for "Reload Page," it is still shown in the context menu as Ctrl+R, not as F5 which is the only shortcut that now works.
This bug seems to be fixed now. Can anyone else confirm?
@pesala I'm seeing the same context menu you are.
Seems to be working in Vivaldi 2.0 Stable too, so tagged as DONE.
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@pesala I don't think it is done.
- Context menus on the page have keyboard shortcuts listed
- If I change this, e.g. to make "Bookmark Page" Shift+Y, the context menu still says Ctrl+D
- No shortcuts are listed on other context menus, such as right-click on a tab
@lonm Agreed. The bug is fixed, but there is a lot more work to do yet. Even if I removed the Ctrl+D shortcut for "Create Bookmark" it stills hows on the menu, but does nothing.
I did notice that for other shortcuts, e.g. Find in Page the one that is listed first is show in the menu so I thought it was fixed.
- Ctrl+F Period Slash = Ctrl+F on the menu
- Period Slash Ctrl+F = Period on the menu