Script Editor Window

wwaag wrote on 7/8/2020, 11:56 AM

I am using a keyboard short (Ctrl+Num 0) to launch an action --E.g. show edit details window. While it works, it also displays the following window which was apparently designed for editing scripts.

The solution seems to be to use another shortcut that doesn't use the Ctrl modifier key.

My questions. Where does it come from? And why does it pop up with certain shortcuts? Any way to avoid it? I have looked in the help files but could find no reference. Just curious.

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douglas_clark wrote on 7/26/2020, 6:31 AM

Ctrl+Alt+0 is apparently the standard keyboard shortcut for the (unsupported) Script Editor window.

See this 2009 post by @JohnnyRoy for some info: Ctrl + Alt + 0

The standard keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+4 opens the Edit Details window (open/close toggle) which you could use instead of a custom shortcut.

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wwaag wrote on 7/26/2020, 11:10 AM

That's pretty obscure, I must admit. Thanks for the info.

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