Re: suggested feature --- user-defined key bindings
- From: Niran Babalola <iamniran gmail com>
- To: Anindya Sen <anindya atc tcs co in>
- Cc: evince-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: suggested feature --- user-defined key bindings
- Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2005 10:47:22 -0700
Changing the key bindings worked for me. Apparently there's a recent
feature in GTK that allows you to hover over a menu option and press
the key combination you want to assign to a function. I thought it
only worked for Ctrl+ combinations, but I just assigned find to '/'.
Try it out and see if it works.
On Apr 4, 2005 2:08 AM, Anindya Sen <anindya atc tcs co in> wrote:
> I am a regular user of evince and am quite impressed by it, both
> in terms of speed and functionality (fullscreen mode is really
> However, there are some keybindings which are different from my
> expectations e.g. 'Ctrl-F' for find instead of '/'. Probably,
> its because I rarely use gnome as my desktop.
> Is it possible to make the keybindings "user-defined" (something
> in the mutt/elinks mould)?
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