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SciTE4Autoit Keyboard Shortcuts

The word 'Shift' was written in some places without 'e' 'i'.

Shft-F1, Ctrl-Shft-J, Alt-Shft-I, Ctrl-Shft-D, Alt-Shft-D

They are also missing in the SciTE4AutoIt3.chm.

Can someone please correct this.

I have just reported this here, because I do not know who or where I should have been able to report it.

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I guess it was a shorthand to conserve space when used in combination with Alt or Ctrl.

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BTW, there's no E in the word Shift. :)


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24 minutes ago, Bitnugger said:

I'm just wondering that I can not find a complete list of keyboard shortcuts anywhere.

You mean the standard SciTE shortcuts? They are in the SciTE Documentation page in the Keyboard commands section, included in the hepfile.


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On 22.11.2016 at 8:25 PM, Jos said:

You mean the standard SciTE shortcuts?

Thanks for the hint @Jos, but that was already known to me. But there are also only those who have no menu equivalent.

The last sentence in the chapter above the table is:

"Some less common commands with no menu equivalent are:"

I mean a really complete table because I was playing with the idea of writing a script that indicates to me when pressing a key combination whether it is already used by SciTE. However, as it seems I have to create this table by hand...

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