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would be nice if i could assign Alt+O, Alt+C, Alt+H to some commands....Since those are keyboard accelerators for the actual edit dialog box, it isn't possible Sad
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What actions would you like to assign to those shortcuts ?
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In my current dev invironment (microsoft visual studio) i have
Alt+C for close current document


Alt+S for save current document
Alt+V for view current document

so my options are either change all 3 or assign the last 2 but have a different one for close..either way it seems stupid i can't use whatever alt-ctrl-letter combination i want..
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Have you tried to assign these shortcuts via Tools->Settings->Shortcuts tab ?
I hope there is no problem Smile
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That's what i'm getting at, its *IMPOSSIBLE* to map anything to Alt-C! Try it out. Its because the shortcut dialog box has Alt-O,Alt-C and Alt-H mapped, so trying to enter Alt-C will CLOSE the dialog box...
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Ouch, I just realized what you talked about.
Thanks.
Will be fixed soon.
Meanwhile you can edit these shortcuts manually,
they are stored in phpedxml.cfg. Open this file in your favorite xml editor and edit appropriate tags.
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ah! i was looking for a config file to no avail. Thanks, will manually edit for now..
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For anyone needing to hardcode shortcut keys like myself, i had to set the shortcut to the combo i wanted for the letter BEFORE or AFTER the one i wanted. Then +1 or -1 from the shortcut value to get the right mapping.
You can put in whatever you want for the node value (Alt+C) but it won't do you any good unless you have the right shortcut bitmask.

ie: Alt+C =

Code:
<acFileClose displayname="Close" imgindex="89" shortcut="32835">Alt+C</acFileClose>
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