OK, I figured it out, it's called "mnemonics" under Preferences->General

unfortunately now I see that the letter O is shared between "Open Link" which I use a lot, and "Read-Only" which I have never used and will never use. This means I still need two keystrokes to open a URL where one was enough before. Honestly i would rather be able to single-click on a link with no keystrokes but I don't see that happening anytime soon.

I know people have bigger problems than this but if anyone can suggest a way that I can change this, or a "todo" list where I can suggest it to be done, I appreciate the referral.

thanks,
-jake

On Tue, 20 Sep 2016, Andre Klapper wrote:

Hi Jake,

On Mon, 2016-09-19 at 13:23 -0700, Jake wrote:
Hi, i'm using gnome-terminal version 3.18.3 in Linux Mint 18
(cinnamon)

and i'm trying to figure out how to enable hotkeys on the right-click menu

in gnome-terminal 3.6.2 (linux mint 17.1) i can do right-click (on a URL) 
and then press the O key (on the keyboard) to choose "open URL"

but in gnome-terminal 3.18.3 (linux mint 18) if i right-click (on a URL) 
there are no key assignments to the menu, and pressing O (or any other 
letter) does nothing.  I would have to move the mouse or use the arrow 
keys and press ENTER.

can anyone help me figure out what's wrong?  I don't understand why the 
hotkeys disappeared.

See
https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-terminal/stable/adv-keyboard-shortcuts.html

Thanks,
andre
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http://blogs.gnome.org/aklapper/
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