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Month: November 2015

Is <Ctrl>+Y hardcoded?

From: "Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2015 21:04:17 +0100
Hi all!

I have these keybindings defined in .trinity/share/config/kdeglobals:


And I have these keybindings defined in .trinity/share/config/katerc:

[Katepart Shortcuts]

So I assume, <Ctrl>+Y deletes a line in kate. But it doesn't, it perfoms "Undo" instead. This only affects TDE applictions (kmail, kwrite, kate ...) but all others are unaffeted. For example "geany" behaves is configured the same way (<Ctrl>+Z = undo, <Ctrl>+Y = delete line)

There is no match for "Ctrl+Y" neither in /etc/trinity nor /opt/trinity/etc/. 

So ... did I miss something? Or is "Ctrl+Y" hardcoded somewhere to be "Undo"?


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