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Re: [libreoffice-design] Ctrl+Enter to trigger the default button in dialogs


How do you know that it is Ctrl+Enter? Typically, a dialog has a default button that is linked to Enter (and another one to cancel the operation linked to Escape). This is done by checking "Can default" and "Has default" in Glade. It would be very uncommon to assign any other key combination to it and I'd assume the Ctrl key is just ignored here.

(The default is not set to ok when the dialog has potential hazardous results like "Do you want to wipe all data <Yes/_No_>".)

On 13.05.19 15:57, Cor Nouws wrote:
> Hi friends,
>
> From dialogs in the past I know that Ctrl+Enter triggers the default
> button, often OK.
> This is of course extremely convenient, especially in situations where
> the 'o' is accelerator for one or more widgets beside the OK button.
> This often is lacking now. Also I sometimes notice behavior as Alt+Enter
> triggering the default button. Makes me mad and is inconvenient.
>
> This of course all in a situation with GTK3.
>
> I'm of course willing to file one or more bugs on this subject. But
> before doing so: has there been some design decision, recommendation, or
> is there something else that I should know in this area?
>
> thanks!
> Cor
>

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