On Jan 14, 2015, at 2:51 PM, Jacob Carlborg <d...@me.com> wrote:

> I noticed two things with the shortcuts:
> * The shortcut for splitting horizontally is the same as changing language. 
> So it conflicts with selecting any language starting with a D :(. BTW is 
> cmd+D and cmd+D+shift available?

Aha, another conflict indeed. This is getting tricky. I think (heavy on the 
think) cmd+D is open, but many bundles use cmd+shift+D for an open command of 

> * If I have split the window in four views: top-left, top-right, bottom-left, 
> bottom-right. When using the shortcuts to navigate from top-left to 
> top-right. Then pressing ctrl+alt+left-arrow it goes to the bottom-left view. 
> I would have expected it to go back to the top-left view instead, i.e. always 
> staying on the same “row"

Yeah, thats a good idea, I added a heuristic to try to figure this out. Does a 
decent job I’d say, even though the code is especially clunky.

Steven Clukey

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