>J.O. Aho wrote:
>>All of the key combinations you use in the Linux (and *nixes using X11)
>>has some differences to the default key combinations, for example "Mark
>>All Read" and it seems there will be even more coming by looking at the
>>"improvements" for SM2.
Jens Hatlak wrote:
>Actually one of the improvements for SM2 is that it now uses the same
>key for Mark All Read on Windows and Linux, Ctrl+Alt+C (was: Ctrl+Alt+M
>on Linux). Bug: 422757.

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