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Old 11-18-2011, 09:38 PM
Chris Wilson
 
Default CTRL+T in Gedit

There's a paper cut that's been hanging around for a few years now which seems like a no-brainer to fix if only a decision were to be made about what to do. Basically, the argument is that Gedit should use CTRL + T to open a document in a new tab, and CTRL + N to do so in a new window, as opposed to the current behaviour where CTRL + N opens a document in a new tab, and there is no New Window shortcut.


There's been little (visible) activity on it for the past couple of years and I was just wondering if anyone was even aware of it.
Chris
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