Am 31.01.2012 um 14:46 schrieb stiv. djobz.: > I made sure my keybindings are set properly as yours. > For example, > in 2.0.1, > I could move the cursor backwards by typing ctrl + b with the checkbox ticked > and by typing command +b with the checkbox unticked, > and in 2.0.2, > I have to type command + b in both the cases. > > I'm thinking of going back to 2.0.1 and waiting for a bugfix > instead of using additional softwares or macros.
But the bugfix will never arise if it's not possible to find the cause for your problem. Here I'm using LyX-2.0.2 and have no user defined key bindings and set shortcuts to "emacs" and the checkbox "don't swap" enabled. When typing ctrl+b LyX's key debug output is: .../GuiApplication.cpp(1705): Key [action=][Kontroll-B] and the cursor is moving one character backwards. When typing command+b I can see: .../GuiApplication.cpp(1705): Key [action=][Befehl-B] .../GuiApplication.cpp(1728): isText() is true, inserting. .../GuiApplication.cpp(1746): SelfInsert arg[`b'] and the letter "b" is inserted. Please, check the contents of the file "$HOME/Library/Application Support/LyX-2.0/bind/user.bind" if it's empty. Stephan > But thanks for your advice. > > stiv. > > On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 4:48 AM, Christopher Menzel <cmen...@tamu.edu> wrote: > Am Jan 30, 2012 um 8:07 PM schrieb stiv. djobz.: > > The checkbox of > > "Do not swap Apple and Control keys" > > in > > LyX>Preferences>Editing>Keyboard/Mouse > > does not work in 2.0.2. > > Hm, it doesn't seem to make any difference for me either, but fortunately, > the Ctrl key is behaving for me as it ought vis-á-vis Emacs keybinding. > > > I'm using emacs shortcuts, so this problem is serious for me. > > Is there any solution for this problem ? > > Have you checked to make sure the keybindings are set properly in LyX -> > Preferences -> Editor? Relevant Ctrl key combos like "Ctrl-F" and "Ctrl-X S" > are set in my preferences with ^F, "^X S", etc. > > > To compensate the swapping with another swapping in System Preferences is > > not a realistic choice. > > It would affect the shortcuts in all the other softwares. > > For a time I used a macros (called with a global hotkey) that would toggle > the Capslock key between Ctrl and Cmd that I would invoke going into and > coming out of LyX. That was of course less than ideal but it was fast and > worked pretty well. Hasn't been necessary for a quite a long time, though. > > Chris Menzel > >