I can confirm that, but for another shortcut : "Indent Line".
(2.0-alpha.9503/10.9.1 too, but the bug is there since a *lot* longer).
I've overridden the default shortcut of "Text->Indent Line" &
"Text->Indent Selection" to ⌃I using System Preferences (both since the menu
item name changes depending on context), and the default one (⌥⌘[) can't be done on a
French keyboard ("[" is ⌥⇧(, which end up being the same than "Shift
Left" (⌘[) just above.
The first time I open TM I have to click the Text menu so the shortcut registers,
afterward it works fine, until I have to restart TM (for one reason or another, but
thankfully that's not often).
Le 25 janv. 2014 à 22:20, Martin Pollow <martin.pollow(a)web.de> a écrit :
I found a strange behavior that I believe is a bug. I
am using 2.0-alpha.9503 on OS 10.9.1.
First I redefined the keyboard shortcut for "Comment Line" in the system
Preferences. This command is from the "Source" bundle and appears as alternative
shortcut to the default ⌘/ in the bundle menu (I used ⌘- in order to avoid the rather
clumsy command for german keyboard layout).
Right after that both shortcuts work fine. After closing and reopening TextMate, only the
default shortcut ⌘/ works, the new shortcut is now ignored.
When I select Bundles -> Source -> Comments I can see that the commands are still
set correctly. After that, both shortcuts work again, until I close TextMate and open it
again: the new shortcut is ignored until the menu selecting Bundles -> Source ->
Comments is opened up, after that it works till closing TextMate again.
I was struggling some time with this issue, without solution. Now after testing for
writing this bug report, at least there is a simple workaround. But maybe it can be
resolved. I also tried changing the Bundle "Source" itself, but that didn't
do the trick either.
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