> Which dialogs that have Presets don't use an OK button accessible using
> Alt-O ?
Not many, but there are clashes, for example Hue-Saturation Alt+O does not
work at all.
Aside from that, Alt+O is a two-handed hotkey combo, and is much more
difficult to use with a mouse in your other hand.
I'd rather not have to take my hand off the mouse every time I want to
apply the dialog I'm looking at.
It slows me down a lot, and it would be faster to just use the mouse and
click the button.
> From: gimp-developer-list <gimp-developer-list-boun...@gnome.org> on
> behalf of C R <caj...@gmail.com>
> Sent: 18 May 2016 07:31
> To: gimp-developer
> Subject: [Gimp-developer] Can hitting Enter/Return twice apply changes
> made in popup dialogs?
> It's always been a bit of a kink in my workflows.
> You want to quickly apply the last Preset, and sure enough, hitting the
> Enter/Return key after the dialog opens jumps to a preview of the last
> recorded preset. <-Love this.
> What I'd like to be able to do is hit Enter/Return key again to apply the
> Instead, I either have to try to tab/shift+tab my way to the OK button,
> click the canvas and hit Enter, or try to remember the hotkey that applies
> the changes I've made for that specific dialog.
> Hitting Enter/Return key twice does nothing currently in the dialog, so if
> the return button is hit again, is it possible to have it just commit the
> changes? This would dramatically help hotkey based workflow in GIMP.
> Thanks again for all your wonderful work on GIMP!
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