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Re: HotKey config


I vote "full", because I'd rather not have to look two places to see what's

On Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 12:40 PM Jeff Young <jeff@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Individual hotkey config files need to be able to be sparse.  So for
> instance an “Eagle HotKeys” file can specify just those ACTIONs it wanted
> to match with Eagle.  The user can then read as many of these as they like.
> But what about the “standard” user config file where we store hotkey
> assignments made through the GUI?  It could also be sparse (ie: list only
> those ACTIONs which had hotkeys different from the default), which would
> make it shorter, and give an indication of which hotkeys had been
> overridden.  Or it could be “full” (ie: contain all ACTIONs), which would
> give a useful cheat-sheet of what all the action names were.
> I’m currently leaning toward “full”, but I’ve already gone back and forth
> several times….
> Thoughts?
> Cheers,
> Jeff.
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