Bug#518865: can't set "go to tab" either
kilobyte at angband.pl
Wed Mar 11 00:20:22 UTC 2009
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 11:37:42AM +0100, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> Le lundi 09 mars 2009 à 22:37 +0100, Adam Borowski a écrit :
> > I personally miss "go to tab 1/..." the most, the current default makes it
> > impossible to use many programs like irssi which use Alt-1/... -- at least
> > without using a single tab or reverting to some other terminal emulator.
> This has been done with the goal to homogenize shortcuts in applications
> using tabs.
Sounds like a good idea, but...
> Setting the keybindings for switching tabs is now done at the GTK+
> level, and they will affect gedit and epiphany the same way. You can do
> that in your .gtkrc-2.0 file. Please have a look at the GTK+ reference
> (in devhelp), section “Resource Files” for an explanation on how to
> achieve that.
I spent over a couple of hours, but didn't manage to find the documentation.
That section of the GTK+ reference says how to set a keybinding, but you
need to know how the shortcut in question is named -- and the purported new
name is a piece I failed to find.
However, I found Gnome bugs #548600 and #562834, and they don't even mention
shortcuts being moved -- just removed outright, a change which already has
been reverted in trunk.
I pulled and compiled the trunk, and indeed, the shortcuts are back in the
So I guess there is some confusion...
But back to Josh's original bug:
> > It appears that the entire keyboard shortcuts system was changed, and it
> > seems to me that not for better. Most shortcuts are either moved or
> > deleted.
It seems that the Alt-1 issue is not connected to his problem after all.
Sorry for unknowingly semi-hijacking this BTS bug.
Cheers and schtuff!
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