On 23/1/2006, at 11:44, Graeme Mathieson wrote:
Yep, I'm seeing exactly the same thing. (I always wondered why 'continue line comment' didn't work for me!) Attached are the two plist files, the default, and the working one. The keyEquivalent is different -- the one that doesn't work for me is prefixed with a #.
Thanks -- the # character indicates the key is on the numeric pad, which apparently is not sent for laptop keyboards. It can be stripped from the default stuff w/o causing a problem, but I'll have to modify the recording of key equivalents to also strip it for the enter key, it seems.