Adjusting the left side bearing of a letter using the ctrl + arrow shortcut in Glyphs does not work for me. I’ve asked a friend for whom it worked so it must be something on my end, but I’m unable to figure out what could cause the issue.
I have checked under Keyboard in system preferences and ctrl is not assigned to anything other than the default. It works like normal.
Any tips/tricks? The manual says “You can set your own shortcuts in the OS X System Preferences, under Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts > Glyphs.” but I’m not sure how to get that to work.
Is there a way to set a different shortcut for LSB (single steps: ctrl+leftArrow) and RSB in Glyphs, instead?
I don’t want to disable or re-assign the system’s “Move … a space”, as this is still needed by my programmable mouse (Logitech MX3). It recently took me ages to debug the mouse failing to do it’s job, just to realize that I had disabled these settings some time ago.
Not change, just make it accessible in the shortcuts preferences maybe?
If I change the system shortcut, I need to change it in the mouse settings to custom shortcuts as well for all occurances. It’s quite a cadence-rat-tail-can-of-worms to open. But probably I need to do that then.
The spacing/kerning keyboard commands are not individual shortcuts but are handled in the keyDown: method. I would need to add a action method for each combination … And again, what keys would you use?