On 02 Apr 2003 12:40:37 +0200, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Owen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I've updated keybindings.txt,tex and pdf to match the cvs as at 31 Mar
> there's one more thing you might want to change. Your version states
> that keybindings can be dynamically reassigned. This is not any longer
> possible by default. You need to explicitely turn this feature on in
> the preferences dialog (labelled as "Dynamic Keyboard Shortcuts").
> The idea behind this change is that this prevents users from
> accidentally reassigning shortcuts. The user should be advised that in
> order to change the keybindings, she should enable Dynamic Keyboard
> Shortcuts in the prefs, do the changes and redisable the feature
> afterwards.

ObBugzilla:  http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=106991

While you are updating the text, please fix the spelling mistake at the
end of the second paragraph: "it's binding" should be "its binding".

Suggestion for re-writing that paragraph:

  The GIMP allows menu keybindings to be dynamically re-assigned.
  So if you don't like these, they are easy enough to change.  To
  do this, you should first activate the "Dynamic Keyboard
  Shortcuts" in the preferences dialog.  Then you can just
  highlight the menu item of your choice, and press the desired new
  key combination.  If that combination is already assigned, the
  old command will lose its binding.

And please use a fixed-width font while editing the text file.
This will ensure that all shortcuts are correctly aligned.  You
can check this by viewing the text file in a web browser, for
example.  It looks like the paragraphs in the text file were
wrapped at line 65 (instead of the default 70 or 72).  If you are
using Emacs for editing the text file, you can use M-: followed
by (setq fill-column 65) to wrap the text to the same column as
in the original file.

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