37545 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Feb 24, 2009 4:20 PM by Ron Haines
have you tried controlcommand+"". This shortcut is displayed in menu and works for me. You can also add set shortcut for any main menu item by launching Preferences->Keyboard & Mouse->Keyboard Shortcuts, then hit plus button, choose application in which the shortcut should work, write exact name of the menu item and assign shortcut. This works globally for any application.
Hope that helps.
Vaclav - have you gotten this to work with Pages '09? I've just set a keyboard shortcut for the Insert Comment command (in System Preferences), and it is not working. I quit and restarted Pages, and even logged out, to no avail. I looked through the menu to verify that the shortcut I used wasn't already in use, and even tried a different shortcut.
Which string had you entered when you defined your shortcut?
It must be "Comment",
not "Insert Comment".
And remember that the cursor must be in the text area to get the Insert > Comment feature authorised.
The original question was not about custom shortcuts.
Superscript and Subscript have built-in shortcuts.
Yvan KOENIG (from FRANCE mardi 24 février 2009 21:46:41)