On Thu, Jun 26, 2003 at 03:21:10PM +0200, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> You obviously did not understand the reasoning behind this change.

Obviusly not, since only you explained it so far, saying that it clashes
with gtk+.

> With the use of mnemonics in 1.3 the chance to make such a mistake has
> increased. That's why it is disabled by default.

So it's basically a beginners mode of menus. That's fine to me, for
course. From what you said I took it was dangerous to enable it, which
it clearly isn't.

> keyboard shortcuts, then disable Dynamic Shortcuts again. That way the
> configured shortcuts are safe from accidental changes. IMO this is an
> improvement over 1.2.

I strongly disagree, since dynamic shortcuts is *the* outstandiong
feature that makes gimp usable form the keyboard. You actually suppose
that users are incapable of using a keyboard. I don't think that this is
an improvement.

However, there is no need to change this at all, I was just under the
wrong impression that it was dangerous to enable them *at all*, and not
"dangerous to enable them because I often bump my head on the caps at
the wrong time" :)

Thanks for clarifying this and giving me back the great feeling I have
when reassigning shortcuts to filters I often use.

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