[TxMt] Re: Missing keyboard shortcut for Replace & Find

Martin Wilhelm Leidig listwatch at moss.in-berlin.de
Sat Feb 25 22:45:26 UTC 2017

> Am 2017-02-24 um 9.40 schrieb Per Olofsson <magervalp at fastmail.fm>:
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2017, at 10:36 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
>> On 23 Feb 2017, at 14:59, George McGinley Smith wrote:
>>> It means please add it to TextMate 😀
>> But using what key equivalent?
> Is there a way of getting a definitive list of all active keyboard
> shortcuts?

There is a tool named KeyCue showing at least menu shortcuts, see <http://www.ergonis.com/products/keycue/>.  Not quite what you asked but sometimes useful.

> As far as I can tell the only free ones are:
> ⌃⇧⌘F
> ⌃⌥⌘G
> ⇧⌥⌘F
> ⇧⌥⌘G

It should be some G-combi, \me thinks.  Imho, all Find operations should be something with “F”, and Replace, being the logically next op, something with “G”.

> With my short fingers they're all two handed, but I find ⌃⌥⌘G is by far
> the easiest to type.

Just tried it: I can perform both G combis with one hand, if need be, but ⇧⌥⌘G needs far less muscle tension than ⌃⌥⌘G.  Two-handed, there’s almost no difference, so I’d opt for shift-opt-cmd-G.

… mit freundlichem Gruß aus Ladenburg:

Martin Wilhelm Leidig, SatzTeXnik -- Dante e.V. #1580

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