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Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: MJG_1
Date: April 02, 2013 03:45AM

Welcome everyone!

My problem is not as far as a bug, but it needs a neccecary inprovement, mostly because of usage of k-meleon application in polish-languaged versions.

There is implemented shortcut Alt+S, which is connected with sessions. But, in polish TI systems this shortcut means mark "ś". For me, and other polish users are unable to type a phrase in google, such as "święconka".

Is there a sollution to change this shortcut? Is it possible to change this shorcut in next versions of k-meleon?

Thank you,
MJG_1

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Re: Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: deadlock
Date: April 02, 2013 04:05AM

It is here:
defaults\settings\accel.cfg

As adudopan says, it is in:
defaults\settings\menus.cfg



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/05/2013 08:41AM by deadlock.

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Re: Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: MJG_1
Date: April 02, 2013 05:38AM

No, it's unfortuantely not.

Any other options?

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Re: Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: adodupan
Date: April 02, 2013 09:31AM

If you want to change the shortcut Alt+S, you need to open the file
K-meleon root\defaults\settings\menus.cfg,
then you need to find the word &Sessions (you'll find on the two places this word) and replace it with, for example: &MySessions, or Sessi&ons, or Ses&je.
It's important that you know that the & character defines your shortcut.
This is your improvement.

Regards

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Re: Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: JujuLand
Date: April 04, 2013 02:14PM

I confirm that the files where are defined the shortcuts is accels.cfg, but it seems yoou miss the good shortcut : Alt+S isn't defined, but Ctrl+Alt+S is :

CTRL ALT P = ID_FILE_PRINTPREVIEW
%ifplugin sessions
CTRL ALT S = sessions(Save)
%endif
%ifplugin tabs
CTRL ALT W = ID_CLOSE_ALLOTHERTAB
%endif
%ifplugin sessions
CTRL ALT Z = sessions(Undo)
%endif

Are-you sure of your Alt+S ?
What is its purpose ?

A+


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Re: Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: rodocop
Date: April 04, 2013 11:52PM

JujuLand,
Alt+Letter - it's standard Windows (not KM) way to shortcut menu items. KM supports it through adding '&'-symbol into menu name in menus.cfg as adodupan has shown.


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Re: Shortcuts meaning in other languages
Posted by: JamesD
Date: April 06, 2013 03:49AM

@ MJG_1

There is a simple way to fix your problem. You can use KM's menu EDIT - CONFIGURATION - MENUS to open your local menu file. The following code needs to be copied and pasted into the local file below the existing text. Save the file and restart KM. The ALT + S will no longer function to bring up the Sessions menu. You may use it in entering text.

Note: Any call to &sessions will be lost because the menu has changed to sessions..

Copy text below

# ----- Sessions

%ifplugin sessions
&Load Session{
sessions()
}
Sessions..{
&Save Session=sessions(Save)
&Undo Last Closed=sessions(Undo)
&Options...=sessions(Config)
-
:&Load Session
}
%endif


Main{
:&File
:&Edit
:&View
%ifplugin bookmarks
:&Bookmarks
%endif
%ifplugin favorites
:F&avorites
%endif
%ifplugin hotlist
:H&otlist
%endif
%ifplugin sessions
:Sessions..
%endif
:&Tools
:&Help
bmpmenu(top)
}


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