On Wed, 2016-05-18 at 07:31 +0100, C R wrote:
> 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
> changes.
> 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.

You are essentially asking for:

1st enter opens combo box

2nd enter confirms entire dialog

Absoluteley not, this breaks the expected behavior of the combo
box and would lead to total confusion.

An enter in an open combo box (in all open combo boxes in GTK+)
simply confirms that combo box.

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