ChromeOS Will Finally, Mercifully, Let You Change Its Keyboard Shortcuts
Tuesday February 14, 2023. 02:00 PM , from Slashdot
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: As spotted in Kevin Tofel's About Chromebooks blog, an updated version of the shortcut viewer in the Settings app -- first seen in October 2022 -- has the early makings of a shortcut changing and adding mechanism.
Clicking on a shortcut brings up a dialogue that allows you to, at the moment, add alternative shortcuts to common shortcuts for manipulating tabs, windows and desktops, system settings, accessibility, and other utilities. A small 'lock' icon next to each suggests that you might also be able to unlock these shortcuts to remove or alter their defaults. A 'Reset all shortcuts' button offers another hint. Sadly, none of the shortcuts you add seem to work for the moment, though the promise is there.
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