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Bug#343244: GTK frontend shortcuts should be documented

On Tue, Dec 13, 2005 at 11:04:06PM +0100, Attilio Fiandrotti wrote:
> The GTK frontend allows many keyboard shortcuts, some of the are in 
> common with the classical NEWT frontend
> <ENTER> goes forward
> <ESC> goes back
> <SPACE> activates a button
> <TAB> navigates between items
> and some are new
> <-> collapses a tree
> <+> expands a tree

It took me a long time to notice this. Also it's not so simple, since only
+ and - from the numeric block (not the ordinary keys) work. That's at
least true as long as no special keyboard mapping is loaded and makes
navigation in the "Choose country" dialog hard. But also after a proper
keyboard configuration I cannot use the ordinary +/- keys with my

I'm sure there are keyboards without these keys (e.g. notebooks, even if
they provide these keys via a special Fn key in NumLK mode it's hard to

> <STAMP> takes a screenshot

That's the Print Screen key and is not always available as already
discussed in this bug report. See also #384475 for a different shortcut
request for this functionality.


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