Re: about gtk/_gtk_kegtkkeyhash.c:y_hash_lookup() and fuzzy matches

OK, say that we have a key that produces ~ in layout 1 and / in layout
2. You think it's confusing that:

 - If the app has a keybinding for both Control-~ and Control-/
   then the key does different things in layout 1 and layout 2.
No, when using the same layout.

saying Control-~ is quit and Control-/ is select all
you have

Application 1 (ok)
Control-~ --> quit
Control-/ --> select all

Application 2 (can be a pain when quit is destructive)
Control-~ --> quit
Control-/ --> quit (with only one layout defined no action)

Application 3
Control-~ --> quit
Control-/ --> select all or quit,  (one layout select all or no action)

Application 4
Control-~ --> quit
Control-/ --> quit (one layout select all)

Application 5
Control-~ --> quit
Control-/ --> ?


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