Darned cntl-Enter in Evolution.
sktsee at tulsaconnect.com
Sat Jan 23 14:44:30 UTC 2010
On Sat, 23 Jan 2010 19:35:05 +0800, HermanAA wrote:
> Quite a few times I had to apologize for sending unfinished messages.
> (with a few responses: Yes, I know the problem .... happened to me too).
> I guess it happens when I use (intent to) CNTL-Backspace .....
> (touching 'ENTER' as well)
> I sure could do without the damage-control ...... It is upsetting,
> surely annoying, and potentially very dangerous.
> (it always happens unexpectedly.... While in a hurry I guess ...)
> (in dial-up I remember quickly switching off the modem ..... in
> broadband it is faster than I am .... modem is on the roof)
> Is there a way (while composing) to AVOID SENDing my message with
> (other then going OFF-line)
Yes. First you must enable editing of shortcut keys. From the main menu
go System->Preferences->Appearance->Interface and check the box beside
"Editable menu shortcut keys". Next, open a compose window and mouse over
File->Send and hit Delete. If you want to assign it to another shortcut,
keep it moused over and enter your key combination.
You can also edit the file ~/.gnome2/accels/evolution to change the menu
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