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CTRL+X is the shoftcut for cutting text, that might be the cause of the problem. Try Alt+X or CTRL+SHIFT+X...
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You need to enter the key into the second input box and not the third one which is for special keycodes only. Single key shortcuts will work, but sadly you won't be able to use typeaheadfind (even with autostart disabled).
ah. ok, thx
How sad that it conflicts with typeaheadfind even with autostart disabled. It shouldn't -- sounds like a bug.
Does the keyconfig also work with key bindings defined inside xbl bindings? <handler>. Or do you have any plan to have it work with XBL binding in the future?
I think XBL binding is pretty standard in mozilla. I'm thinking to move to XBL binding as a means to reduce duplicated overlayed xul codes between firefox and mozilla.
Nope. I've havn't looked into it much yet, but these don't seem to be exposed anywhere...
Since the Dom Inspector can actually show XBL bindings, I assumed that the bindings can be 'seen' from the extension. I am not sure though, if the Dom Inspector simply parse the binding file and display the content or it get the information from the gecko.
Please let us know if you can get it to work like opera..
My interest is only if it can be set up for "One Key" touch, not having to touch a second key, like Alt or Ctrl
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic ... 530#577530
Dorando, thanks for this. Works like a charm.
And the rebellion against ugly GUIDs marches ever onwards. Giving extensions their own directory and RDF was a stroke of genius, giving them GUIDs wasn't. However, having a directory of properly named extensions makes everything beautiful and right again. I'd already reIDed your previous version but nonetheless, I praise you for doing this anyway. ^.^
I've just installed the new version 2004-09-10 and it won't allow me to set preferences. I'm using Firefox/0.9.3
This is the RDF description for the installed plugin:
em:description="Rebind your keys."
As you can see there's no optionsURL. Do you know what the problem is?
dorando - I wondered if you'd be willing to add something along the lines of a placeholder key to keyconfig that would add keybindings to some of the menu items that people have been asking for (e.g. Page Info)?
Also, if you don't want to take this on but would be willing to incorporate it into the existing distribution I may have time to add it.
Care to read the first post?
I plan to eventually create an extension (instead of integrating this functionality) but I had not time for it yet, so feel free to do it.
Last edited by dorando on September 29th, 2004, 1:40 am, edited 1 time in total.
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