On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 3:16 PM, rconn <> wrote:
> Well - no. That dialog is not for Tab Windows, it's for configuring menu shortcuts. *The fact that one of the menu entries is for Tab Windows doesn't mean that Tab Windows now owns the menu dialog.
I was just trying to point out that this particular Customize dialog
does not appear to have its own help page, that it probably should,
and that it should probably appear in the help content hierarchy under
Take Command\Configuration Options.
I was also trying to point out that the Tab Windows page doesn't
mention which keys control tab navigation though it does mention using
"Alt cursor keys to view text that has scrolled through the window."
Alt-Left and Alt-Right, though being Alt cursor keys, seem to navigate
tabs instead of scroll text.
> The Keyboard Shortcuts page has nothing to do with the menu shortcuts dialog.
The Customize dialog has a 'Keyboard' tab on it, presumably for
configuring keyboard shortcuts that also appear on the Keyboard
Shortcuts page, like Alt-Left and Alt-Right. Or, are you saying that
Alt-Left and Alt-Right will always operate as documented on the
Keyboard Shortcuts help page even if I change in them in the Customize
dialog, Keyboard tab, Tabs category? When I clicked 'Reset All' on
that Keyboard tab, the confirmation dialog mentions "This action will
remove all custom key assignments at the text level." If it only
applies to the menus, I'm not sure what that means.