I have been migrating my (La)TeX writing from TexMaker to TexStudio to try out a more configurable program. So far I really like the additional control it gives me. There are a few shortcuts I use a lot in TexMaker however that I would like to reproduce in TexStudio.
I know I can go to the
Options -> Configure TexStudio -> Shortcuts to change almost any shortcut I want, which is great! Moreover, for each command, there is a "default" "current" and "additional" shortcut heading. My problem is that, for any command that doesn't appear to already have a shortcut listed under a given heading, I can't add one in that heading. Specifically, under
Editor -> Basic Key Mapping -> Tab or Indent Section the "Current shortcut" is
Tab which I want, but I also want to be able to use the shortcut
Ctrl + Shift + >.
As I understand how it's suppose to work, I should be able to double click on the blank space below the "Additional shortcut" header next to the
Tab or Indent Section and it should let me change (add) a shortcut, like it does if I double click the "Current shortcut". Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to happen. Anyone know how to add an "additional shortcut"?
Sorry for the long amount of detail, but this is a recurrent problem I'm having with other shortcuts, so this is the most annoying specific example, but some explanation would be nice just so I can fix the other shortcut issues myself.