Le jeudi 19 novembre 2009 à 08:11:19, Magnus Hagander a écrit :
> 2009/11/19 Guillaume Lelarge <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info>:
> > Hi,
> > This is a bug report from Ubuntu's Launchpad. I think they are right, and
> > wonder why we use the Alt-F4 shortcut. Probably something that was done
> > in the first releases of pgAdmin?
> Umm, because Alt-F4 is the key that does it on Windows?
> But yeah, it'd certainly be better to use the platform defaults,
> unless there is a specific reason (wx compataibility? :P) not to.
I probably didn't explain enough. Alt-F4 is the default at least on Windows
and Linux (KDE). But it is a window manager shortcut, not an application one.
The usual default shortcuts are Ctrl-Q to quit an application and Ctrl-W to
close a window. We have right now the Alt-F4 shortcut on our Quit item in the
File menu. Something that no other application does AFAICT.
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