2011/4/7 Steve Edmonds <email@example.com>
On 2011-04-07 10:54, Steve Edmonds wrote:
On 2011-04-07 10:02, Christoph Noack wrote:
Am Donnerstag, den 07.04.2011, 07:32 +1000 schrieb Laurence Jeloudev:
can't there be a shortcut like in microsoft office for capitalisation?
You can define a shortcut to execute the capitalization feature. Please
go to Tools -- Customize... and the tab "Keyboard". Then select an entry
in "Shortcut keys" according to your wish (Strg+F3 is already used for
AutoText, but you may change that). Then, chose the desired feature - in
your case it might be "Category"="Format", and "Function"="Capitalize
Every Word" (or: "Rotate case").
Does this help?
Thanks, helped me - I just had a cause to lowercase 2 letters in the
middle of a list of uppercase words. Made it much easier with a shortcut.
In fact it is even better to asign my own shortcut. For best efficiency
I like to keep one hand on the mouse and one on the keyboard
(highlight-shortcut) and hence I want one handed shortcuts. SHIFT+F is
no good, CTRL+SHIFT+L or CTRL+SHIFT+U works for me.
When assigning, keyboard shortcuts, Ubuntu and other Linux users might want
to note that «Ctrl + Shift + u» provides access to Unicode hexadecimals....
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