Add shortcut for Link field
Thomas Lohrum 10 years ago • updated by Alex Jenter 10 years ago • 15
Right now there is F7 to open the link stored in the Link-Field. However, there is no shortcut to jump to the field to be able to edit it. I suggest to add a shortcut for this.
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Ctrl+Arrow-down is used to focus "tags". Ctrl+Shift+Arrow-down is used to select a paragraph. Maybe Ctrl+Alt+Arrow-down could be used.
Another option would be to use Alt+L, I think.
Right now actually Ctrl+Down, Down can be used :)
Alt+Arrow down is a good idea, too!
Quote: Right now actually Ctrl+Down, Down can be used :) I know. It's actually the workaround i use. Btw., when using Ctrl+Down the caret gets to the end of the tags, which makes sense for adding new tags. However, i think it would also make sense for Ctrl+Up and possiblly Alt+Down, because, when i use Ctrl+Up right now, i always have to look for the caret. Contrary when using up-arrow to move from the text to the title it is ok to set the caret to the last known position.
So, to recap, I'm adding the following tasks:
- Editor: Move the focus to the Link field (and the caret to the end) on Alt+Down
- Editor: Move the caret to the end of the Title field on Ctrl+Up
Is that correct?
No problem, if only all ideas were that easy to implement ;)
That's a pity. Of course we could have made an exception for this field, but this would introduce another subtlety what I'd prefer to avoid.
Probably replacing Alt+Down with Alt+L is still a better solution, what do you think?
Ok, let's do that. Use Alt+L as a shortcut for the link-field.
Ok, will be done in the next version!)