Shift+P shortcut for Print preview?!?

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I can't for the life of me understand why "Print preview" has the shortcut Shift+P. Am I missing something, because I can't write a simple paragraph without a print preview popping up... Is there some way to reassign this?
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harrowing

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Posted 4 years ago

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harrowing

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Hi again - I have worked out how to remove/reassign shortcuts. Very easy actually, which just confirms how great this browser is. Well done development team!
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Shoko

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Hi harrowing,

Glad you find it! Yes, reassigning shortcuts is very easy in Lunascape.
Thanks.
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I agree. Why have shift+P as the default for print preview
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Shoko

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Hi vgarden,

The default short cut key setting for the print preview in Lunascape is [Ctrl+Shift+P], not [Shift + P]. Thanks.
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Just installed this browser and shift + p is the default print preview how do I change this?
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Cecilia

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Hi deaddon_25,

Thanks for using Lunascape!

I just confirmed that in the English version of 6.5.8, the Print Preview default shortcut is [Ctrl+Shift+P], as explained by Shoko in this thread, so I'm not sure why it's [Shift+P] in your browser.

Anyway, to change this shortcut, and any other shortcut, follow the steps below.

1. Right-click the browser window frame and select "Customize...".
2. Click the tab "Shortcut Keys".
3. Find "Print Preview..." in the list under "Commands:" and select it.

The shortcut currently assigned to this command will be displayed in the "Current Keys:" box on the right. To change the shortcut,

4. Select the box "Press New Shortcut Key"
5. Press the key combination you wish to assign to the command. For example, to assign the combination [Ctrl+M], hold down the Ctrl key and press M, then release the keys.

If the new shortcut is already assigned, the assigned command will be displayed on the right. If the combination is [Unassigned], then

6. Click the "Assign" button below the "Commands:" list.
7. Select the old shortcut in the "Current Keys:" box and click "Remove".
8. Click "Close".

Hope this helps!