On Thursday 13 November 2003 7:34 pm, Sven Neumann wrote:
> GSR - FR <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] (2003-11-13 at 1715.33 +0100):
> > > That's not even a GIMP feature but implemented on the GTK+
> > > level (except some parts like saving the changed keybindings
> > > across sessions). Apart from that it's a lousy hack, it's
> > > disabled by default, very unintuitive and should be replaced by
> > > a menu editor better sooner than later. So, IMO, you better
> > > don't show it.
> > Some people that use it intensively do it to have very quick
> > access and reconfiguration, for example assign some F# keys to
> > some Filters that are going to be used a lot in a row, but
> > probably not in next work session or image.
> I am fully aware of this since I use this feature myself. The menu
> editor I proposed should allow you to this almost as quick and a
> lot more convenient than it is now. We might even allow a shortcut
> for temporary reassigments that doesn't popup any dialog unless
> your new shortcut collides with an already assigned one.
> All I'm saying is that the current implementation is severily
> broken and that this needs to be addressed. Fortunately the whole
> menu mess has been deprecated for gtk+-2.4 and was replaced by a
> much nicer system. Let's see what we can make out of this for
I liked the "F8" idea. My main concern would be a parallel way to
navigate through the menus in order to change their shortcuts,as
commercial apps do.
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