What does Shift+Alt+Q hotkey do?

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crtrubshaw
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What does Shift+Alt+Q hotkey do?

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I want to assign Shift+Alt+Q to a tool, but it appears to open a file selection explorer window and then opens that file with the associated program (not in TextEd). So, what is it doing and why can't I use the shortcut?

Thank you.

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pjj
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Re: What does Shift+Alt+Q hotkey do?

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I don't know what it does -- I guess you have assigned this shortcut to some action (OpenInDefaultProgramAction?). Please go to Environment > Customize keyboard..., find Shift+Alt+Q and remove the action you have assigned to this shortcut. Nb. tool's own assign shortcut dialog should tell you what action the shortcut in question is already assigned to.
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crtrubshaw
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Re: What does Shift+Alt+Q hotkey do?

Post by crtrubshaw »

Apologies, it seems I hadn't added the tool properly. Upon editing it, the Command box was empty, so it was probably a prompt for that.

Thanks anyway.

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