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Changing Confluence Keyboard Shortcuts

Hi there,

How can I change Confluence keyboard shortcuts that are not defined in the file editor_plugins_src.js as described here ("Changing Editor's Keyboard Shortcuts")? E.g. changing the shortcut for "Headings 1 to 6"?

Cheers,

Thomas

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Ok, I found the solution, at least for the headings, here. :-)

The post only mentions the shortcut vor Ctrl+7. For Ctrl+1 - Ctrl+6 you have to look for the following lines:



for (i=1; i<=6; i++) {
// For safari compatibility we add these shortcuts both with and without the alt/option key
t.addShortcut('ctrl+alt+' + i + ',ctrl+' + i, '', ['FormatBlock', false, 'h' + i]); // ATLASSIAN - our format block method expects html tag names
}
Ok, I found the solution, at least for the headings, here. :-)

The post only mentions the shortcut vor Ctrl+7. For Ctrl+1 - Ctrl+6 you have to look for the following lines:

for (i=1; i<=6; i++) {
// For safari compatibility we add these shortcuts both with and without the alt/option key
t.addShortcut('ctrl+alt+' + i + ',ctrl+' + i, '', ['FormatBlock', false, 'h' + i]); // ATLASSIAN - our format block method expects html tag names
}

Can you clarify where I should put this Javascript? Do I need to install Greasemonkey?

Confluence is driving me crazy. I need to use multiple Confluence sites because I work on multiple projects and the keyboard shortcuts are different. I'll go to set a heading level and find myself on a different browser tab because in one Confluence Ctrl-1 sets a level one heading and in another Confluence it opens tab 1. In one Confluence Ctrl-Shift-b toggles list bullets in another it opens a window of bookmarks.

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