Hmm, ok that isn’t going to change to the way it used to be. Ctrl-K for code is never going to work again…
Would be great to preserve browser conventions, and ideally have shortcut keys that replicate those of very popular apps such as Gmail, Google Docs or MS Word. I’m referring in particular to:
Ctrl+L - I expect it to go to the browser’s address bar, but Discourse hijacks it to insert a link
Ctrl+K - I expect it to insert a link (as it does in Gmail, Google Docs and Word), but Discourse made it add backticks to the selected text (something I personally always do before and after typing that piece of code).
We should definitely normalize on keyboard shortcuts as seen in other popular web apps.
Unfortunately, even Ctrl-B and Ctrl-I (standard for bold and italic respectfully) behavior has also changed… in fact, they don’t work at all as of this posting - I need to use the buttons instead Hopefully they fix that.
Ctrl-Shift-C for code does not work, at least in Chrome - instead that shortcut brings up the Chrome Dev Interface.