On 2015-10-25 15:16, Allan Odgaard wrote:
Pressing A-Z already works to select the first item in
the menu starting
with that letter.
That does not seem to work properly. Pressing ⌘Y and then B will select
"Branches" instead of "Browse Annotated File". For P it will select
Stash" instead of "Pull".
One minor disadvantage of the current way that the letters work is that
it will only select the command, not execute it.
The Git bundle was developed a little different, and I
think the goal
there was to put the most commonly used items near the top, so that
these would be reachable with the number keys.
Understandable. It just happens that I use a couple of commands that do
not have an associated number more often a couple of the commands that
do have numbers.
Personally I wouldn’t be against re-arranging the Git
menu so that it
would work better with letter keys, but I fear it would upset a lot of
people who are e.g. used to ⌘Y + 2 for commit, etc.
If it would be possible to add keyboard shortcuts for the menu that is
not dependent on the order, the existing order could be preserved for
backwards compatibility. That is, it would be possible to use both
numbers and letters.
The way it works is that the SCM bundle has a proxy
item bound to ⌘Y
(not the Git bundle!).
Aha, that's were it's hiding :)