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Extend keyboard shortcuts - Copy Card email address & more

Hi!

 

I feel this is related to this question from 2018

 

We do need additional keyboard shortcuts. I am happy to implement this with a Chrome extension like Tampermonkey

 

Examples for useful things:

Current card = highlighted card or open card

  • Copy the current cards private email to clipboard (for use in e.g. gmail) - similiar to CTRL-C which copies the card link already
  • Comment on current card (open comment field input)
  • Edit Descripion of current card
  • For open Cards - have a (windows menu like) toggle. e.g. in Word pressing just the ALT key highlights the Menu with either certain letters underlined or the proper shortcut overlayed so pressing ALT and then F brings you to the File Menu. 
    Should bring you to the "Add to", "Power-Ups" & "Actions" Options. If two items start with the same letter cycle through them. e.g. Checklist (I know this has a shortcut -) + Custom fields would be TOGGLE + 2x C + ENTER

 

Any pointers on how to start implementing this via Javascript (Tampermonkey) / Autohotkey ?

 

Leo

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