|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnubg] Ctrl n|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Jul 2003 22:42:56 -0700|
It works for me using build July 7 2003. I don't recall seeing a problem with build July 2 on my machine (Windows). Possibly your settings were inadvertently altered... I have done that myself many times. It's a feature of GTK I think, that you can assign any keyboard shortcut by highlighting a menu item and typing the keyboard shortcut you would like to set for that menu Item.
For example, to import a .mat match... select with mouse file/import...then mouse over ".mat" but don't click...then type "ctrl f" and GNU will assign the keyboard shortcut "ctrl+f" to "file/import/.mat" (Import Fibs match, or Import jellyFish match). The keyboard shortcuts you assign won't be remembered unless you save them with Settings/Save settings, so don't forget that step.
So to restore your ctrl+N, just select file/new/game and type it in again...then save settings.
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