184.108.40.206 OS X: new file not properly bound
jralls at ceridwen.us
Tue Aug 31 18:44:38 EDT 2010
On Aug 24, 2010, at 4:08 PM, John Ralls wrote:
> On Aug 24, 2010, at 9:45 AM, G.W.Pigman III wrote:
>> If I try to enter a description that begins with the letter "N," gnucash opens a new file. Next to new file in the file menu is "N," not command-N, so I assume that new file is not properly bound.
> Darn. I thought I had that problem fixed. In the short term, try copying Gnucash.app/Contents/Resources/share/gnucash/ui/osx-accel-map to ~/Library/Application Support/Gnucash/accelerator-map. That should fix the no-modifier accelerators; some of them will still be "control" for reasons that elude me at the moment, but at least you'll be able to type in the register.
> (You can get to the inside of Gnucash.app by right- (or control-) clicking on it in Finder, then selecting "Show Package Contents" from the resulting context menu. You can option-drag it to the app support folder and rename it there after deleting the old one.)
Well, that was a bit of a surprise. It turned out to be a bug in Gtk+. It's now patched and a better-behaved Gnucash-220.127.116.11 is available for download on Sourceforge.
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