1. Libreoffice for Mac should support "ctrl+key" as shortcuts. This would extend the range of possible shortcuts.
2. "alt+key" should be avoided (for Mac): alt+key are characters like € and should not be used as shortcuts (use ctrl instead (see above))
2. There should be "prefix" keys like "ctrl+p". Then "ctrl+p,0" could be used for the "standard paragraph", "ctrl+p,1" for a paragraph with intend etc. (this is supported e.g., in MacWord
cmd+c, cmd+v are system shortcuts, should not be redefined by LO
alt+e=€ is an extended character, should not be used as shortcut
works as described
User Profile Reset: No
alt+key should be avoided (because overloading of character set)
ctrl+key should be used instead
prefix-key should be supported (like ctrl+p)
OR: alternative: sequences of two keys should be supported (like ctrl+p,x) for paragraphs, ctrl+f,y for fonts etc.
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.13; rv:59.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/59.0
Pinging some Mac users for thoughts.
Customization of Ctrl has been added recently and will be available in 6.1. Some shortcuts got improved, see bug 78777, but if some are missing please file extra tickets.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 34704 ***