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Le 02/03/2012 00:31, Mark Simon a écrit :

Hi Mark,

However I cannot work out how to get those ... keyboard shortcuts going.
On my Windows version, I used the alt key, particularly for my custom
styles. The Mac version seems to use the control key, which is OK, but
then completely ignores my assigned shortcut, which is not OK.

I have lodged a but, but nobody seems to have noticed.

Or have I missed something incredibly obvious ...?

I fear you could well be correct. The Getting Started Guide contained references to using Mac keyboard shortcuts, but I don't know whether that addresses your specific problem. I read on a French list yesterday or the day before that you have to deactivate system keyboard shortcuts in order to get your own LO specific ones to work. Haven't tried though. My own personal experience previously with OOo on Mac and shortcut keys was that it was too fiddly to set up and then would just stop working from one version to the next. With LO, the normal shortcut keys often simply didn't work (things like Cmd-C/Cmd-V for example) in some of LO's modules (Basic IDE, formula editor, Calc, for example).


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