So, since Lee so thoughtfully gave a listing of all the keyboard short cuts implemented (or planned?), I figured that this was a feature that was begging to be tested.
Shortcut to replace. Does not seem to be implemented. I tried invoking it in single editor view, split view, etc= nada. The Replace command in the menu doesn’t have the Ctrl-H shortcut indicated, either, so perhaps it’s planned?
Shortcut to indent paragraph and outdent paragraph respectively. I’m not sure if the description is right, but when I tried to invoke this, I increased/decreased the hanging indent of a paragraph.
Is this the intended behavior? I was expecting either the entire paragraph to be indented or the paragraph to have a tab-like indent.
Ctrl-W versus Ctrl-F4
Shortcut to close project and close current project respectively. I’m not sure what’s the difference between the two? However, Ctrl-W doesn’t seem to do anything when I tried it out, although Ctrl-F4 does close the current project.
Shortcut to zoom out. Zooming in seems to work, but zooming out with this short cut does not. (FWIW, scrolling with the mouse to zoom in/out works fine both ways.)
Shortcut to toggle Title Case. Well, it turns my highlighted text to title case, but when I tried to “toggle” it (i.e. turn it off), it didn’t do anything. Perhaps “toggle” is not the right description if this is the indented behavior.
Overall, I really like having a lot of these short cuts, although I’m uncertain about one or two. It could be a matter of just acclimating myself to the functionality, so I’ll see if it makes sense after a few more sessions.