I have assigned a number of shortcuts using the alt-key in the Windows version, mainly for custom styles.
I have gone through a similar process in the Macintosh version; here it appears to use the control-key for the additional shortcuts.
The problem is that all of these shortcuts are ignored in favour of the system-defined control key shortcuts. The best I can do is to have them ignored completely, which will only enter the unmodified key.
1. Tools | Customize | Keyboard | Choose a style or other action
2. Assign to ^C (or something)
3. Try Ctrl-C; with or without any combination of modifiers
If the Ctrl-Key already has a meaning (such as Ctrl-H for backspace), that will be applied; otherwise the unmodified key is entered.
I am using LO 3.50 on OSX Lion 10.7.3
This is a duplicate and does not qualify for a MAJOR bug, please post any addition information to the other bug (#43860). Thanks for posting
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 43860 ***
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 43680 ***