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Enter Keyboard Shortcut Dialog

The dialog box opens when you select an action and click the Add Keyboard Shortcut button. Use this dialog box to bind the selected action with a new keyboard shortcut, which may consist of one or two keystrokes. The resulting keyboard shortcut is marked with the keyboard shortcut icon in the Shortcuts list.

First strokeUse this no-name field to define the primary shortcut by pressing keyboard keys and key combinations.
Second strokeSelect this checkbox to allow an optional second shortcut. Use the text box to the right to define an optional shortcut by pressing keyboard keys and key combinations.

This field is available after the Second stroke checkbox is selected.

ConflictsThis read-only field shows messages about conflicts that arise if a suggested keystroke is already in use. Note that this field only appears if a conflict exists!

You can ignore a conflict and assign a shortcut to several actions. However it is strongly recommended that you avoid binding two actions with the same shortcut, because the priority of these actions is not defined.

Last modified: 10 March 2018

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