On Windows, special characters can be entered into text by holding down Alt and typing a number on the numeric keypad. This is handy for quick access to certain characters without changing the keyboard layout. Scrivener allows Alt+1 to Alt+9 to be assigned to different styles – and those are the only keys that can be assigned to styles.
As a result, when pressing Alt+0252 to get the “ü” character, for example, Scrivener will change the current paragraph to whatever style is assigned to Alt+2, then the style assigned to Alt+5, and finally back to the style assigned to Alt+2. Then, it will insert the “ü” character in the document.
Expected result: The Scrivener style shortcuts should only be activated when Alt is pressed with a single number, not a string a numbers. Or, Scrivener style shortcuts should only apply to the numbers above the letters rather than numbers on the numeric keypad.