Some shortcuts not working


#1

Hey,
Since installing Mojave, shortcuts like cmd+shift+R and cmd+S stopped working.
I have the latest Glyphs version installed.
What can I do to fix this?


#2

Have you set any shortcuts in System Preferences? And did you select “Use Version” in Glyphs Preferences (I’m strongly advising agains it)?


#3

I haven’t set any shortcuts in System Preferences and “Use Version” is not selected in Glyphs Preferences.


#4

Can you make a screenshot of the File menu?


#6

Sure!
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#7

And what do you mean by “stopped working”? Do you get a bing?

You might have this problem: Since 2.6 I have to save files twice


#8

Yes, I have the same problem as described in the link you’ve provided with cmd+s (no bing in this case).
But, with cmd+shift+R I get a bing every time I use it and if I do it twice it still doesn’t work.
I can only correct the path direction if I do it manually on the “Paths” menu.


#9

Can you post a screenshot of the path menu?


#10

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#11

And is the Paths Menu highlighted when you press Cmd+Shift+R?


#12

No, it isn’t.


#13

Then there is a global system shortcut stealing the command. Go through all the settings in System Preferences and see if anything has the same shortcut.


#14

I went to System Preferences - Keyboard - Shortcuts and verified everything carefully and couldn’t find that shortcut being used.


#15

Any other software you installed on your system? Something showing up in the menubar? Think of apps running in the background, like Dropbox, Evernote, 1Password, etc.


#16

Found the culprit. I was using an app (be focused) that used the same shortcut. It’s solved now.
Thank you both for the help!