[Interest] Contributor agreement rundown
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Fri Apr 20 10:28:20 CEST 2012
20.04.2012, 02:13, "Nikos Chantziaras" <realnc at gmail.com>:
> On 20/04/12 00:45, Till Oliver Knoll wrote:
>>> It described in the human interface
>>> guidelines of each platform. You can google them.
>> As I wrote already, even Apple seems to be not sure what the standard
>> should be on OS X: several applications by Apple use /different/
>> I didn't bother to google it up, because I merely wanted to give a
>> plausible explanation why there is no such QKeySequence defined as
>> standard yet.
>> I meant that this is exactly an example that there seems to be no
>> common agreement what the shortcut for "fullscreen" should be, even on
>> the same platform.
> Every platform defines it in a clear manner.
> Apple says "Control+Command+F":
> Microsoft says "F11 or Alt+Enter":
> KDE says "F11 or Ctrl+Shift+F":
> Gnome says "Ctrl+F11":
Nevertheless, these shortcuts are configurable, at least in KDE it's easy to change
default fullscreen shortcut. Personally I change all Ctrl+Shift+something combinations
for actions I use to something else because I'm used to Ctrl+Shift sequence for keyboard
layout change, and X11 prevents use of other Ctrl+Shift+something shortcuts in this
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