[oXygen-user] Weird indentation in xs:annotation/xs:documentation
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Thu Mar 21 09:29:24 CDT 2013
Yes indeed, they were redefined, I restored them to default.
I never quite understood why I used C-i on my Mac and C-S-i on the Windows machines at my clients where I install sometimes oXygen. I guess C-i was just carried over from an old version, I've kept installing them for years on my Mac laptop ;-)
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> De : Oxygen XML Editor Support
> À : Florent Georges
> Cc : George Cristian Bina; oXygen User ML
> Envoyé le : Mercredi 20 mars 2013 13h14
> Objet : Re: [oXygen-user] Weird indentation in xs:annotation/xs:documentation
> Hello Florent,
> I've looked at the default shortcut keys on the Mac and they are distinct
> for these actions:
> "Format and Indent Element" is Cmd-Shift-I
> "Indent Selection" is Cmd-I
> Go to Options > Menu Shortcut Keys and type in the text filter
> "indent". You should see the shortcuts for both actions.
> If they are the same, you may have changed one of them in the past, or maybe
> they were imported from an older version of Oxygen.
> If you don't have other customized shortcut keys, you can simply press the
> "Restore Defaults" button from the "Menu Shortcut Keys"
> option page.
> Adrian Buza
> oXygen XML Editor and Author Support
> Tel: +1-650-352-1250 ext.202
> Fax: +40-251-461482
> support at oxygenxml.com
> Florent Georges wrote:
>> Thank you George. By the way, you are right about C-S-i on Windows, but
> it looks like both actions are bound to "cmd-i" on Mac (sorry I said
> "C-i", but this is the key labeled on my laptop "cmd", I
> think it used to be an apple before).
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