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Here you can see an screenshot.
In the Italian version, Menu voice Inserisci and Stile have the same shortcut ALT+I. So you can have quick access only to Inserisci.
Could ALT+L be an alternative for Stile?
Potentially and handled with the localization process, but there is no restriction on these mnemonic accelerators repeating in a menu--unless they functionally trap focus on use. Is that the case here?
It is annoying to reuse the main menu bar accelerator mappings more than one mnemonic. Shortcut assignment is handled in the localization/translation process.
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Access to Stile with shortcuts
It's not possible to access to Stile with keyboard shortcuts because with ALT+I is catched from other voices in the menu Inserisci.
I gave a try on pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today + gtk3 rendering, I could reproduce this.
-> it opens "Inserisci" menu as expected
-> it closes the menu "Inserisci"
-> it opens "Stili" menu
if we continue:
-> it closes the menu "Stili"
-> it opens "Inserisci" menu again
Valter: are you ok about "L" shortcut for "Stili" menu?
Indeed, today alt+l doesn't do anything with Italian locale (except if I missed something).
If yes, I can change it here:
I absolutely agree but... AFAIK, and if I understand correctly, I can see in 220.127.116.11 version: (Writer) Alt+I for 'Inserisci' menu, and Alt+S for 'Stili' menu.
In any case, the change is safe.
(In reply to Valter Mura from comment #6)
> I absolutely agree but... AFAIK, and if I understand correctly, I can see in
> 18.104.22.168 version: (Writer) Alt+I for 'Inserisci' menu, and Alt+S for 'Stili'
> In any case, the change is safe.
Alt+s should be even better than Alt+l if it was used in 6.4.5!
Massimo: ok for you too?