[Thunar-dev] Keyboard shortcuts for tab navigation
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Sun Aug 21 16:02:38 CEST 2016
Old thread - but as the issue is still standing, I'd like to invite
people to contribute to the bounty on Bountysource:
2014-11-11 19:03 GMT+01:00 Román <rgmf at riseup.net>:
> I am looking at this possibility but these shortcuts do not work because when you press GTK_KEY_Page_Up with GTK_CONTROL_MASK Thunar scrolls up and down. If you use another mask, GTK_MOD1_MASK for instance, it works. I do not know if GTK_CONTROL_MASK + GTK_KEY_Page_Up / GTK_KEY_Page_Down collides with another one.
> Anyway, I think these are important shortcuts because you can use it in browsers, file manager, terminals, etc.
> On Mon, 10 Nov 2014 21:40:37 -0700
> Drew DeVault <sircmpwn at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello! You might notice that my email subject matches the title of this
>> This is exactly what I've come to you to talk about today. You might
>> notice my comment on this issue on 2014-02-05. It's now 9 months later
>> with no motion on the ticket, so I wanted to bring it up here.
>> On my system, I have a lot of different applications that make use of
>> Ctrl+PgUp/PgDown to switch between tabs. This includes, in part:
>> Firefox, HexChat, Thunderbird, MonoDevelop, and gvim. In fact, so many
>> of my applications use this shortcut that I've bound it to buttons on my
>> mouse. The only application I have installed that makes use of tabs but
>> does not use this keyboard shortcut is Thunar.
>> I can understand the desire to continue supporting a keybinding that is
>> already established. But give me the opportunity to change it, please.
>> On a less important note, thunar is also the only application where I
>> have to double-middle-click to open something in a new tab. If that were
>> an option, too, it'd be nice, but it's not so jarring as the lack of
>> Ctrl+PgUp/PgDown support.
>> Drew DeVault
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> Román <rgmf at riseup.net>
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