Re: Disabling "alt-*" menu functionality

I didn't write the app. I want to be able to disable the mnemonics globally, and there doesn't appear to be a 
way to do that in gtk-3.


On 12/08/2016 03:38 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
Don't create mnemonics when creating menu items. That's all. Our app (Ardour) is GTK (2) but we never define 
any menu mnemonics, and consequently there are no Alt-* bindings created by GTK (we need all available 
bindings for the app's own control and management.

On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 11:23 PM, John Parejko <parejkoj gmail com <mailto:parejkoj gmail com>> wrote:

    Is there any way to prevent gtk from taking over "alt-*" handling (e.g. alt-f for _File menu, alt-e for 
_Edit menu) from the application? I can see that some users use that, but others (like me) prefer to rebind alt to 
other functionality (e.g. find in Firefox).

    Looking into this launchpad ticket [1], it appears that gtk is the root cause here, which is why I'm 
bringing it up on this list.


    There are a handful of suggestions on that ticket, none of which seem to apply to gtk-3. Is there another 
way to reconfigure gtk in this regard? It seems to be a problem across a variety of window managers (I've 
seen it in xfce4/xfwm, unity, and lxde/openbox).

    I didn't see any tickets filed about this in the gtk bug tracker, but searching for "alt menu" resulted 
in a lot f hits...

    Thank you,
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