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    Can I disable the Refined keyboard shortcuts?

     
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    I would like to use the Confluence internal shortcuts for inline comments (n and p). Unfortunately they are not working due to the Refined shortcuts.

    Is there a way to disable the Refinded shortcuts?


    cheers
    daniel

    1. Maria Heij

      Hi Daniel

      Unfortunately there is no way to disable just the RefinedTheme shortcuts, but thank you for bringing the conflict to our attention. We are working on a fix for this, and we’ll keep you posted. 

      Best Regards, Maria Heij

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      Hi Dennis,

      I actually have no JIRA instance without RefinedTheme.

      But you are right, "n" and "p" do work fine after I have selected the first comment. Hence I'd say you can close this request. I was looking for an option to jump right to the first comment within a page without having to look for  yellow marked text.

      thanks for your help

      daniel

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        Hi Daniel,
        I've been looking into your issue and have some questions.
        First of all, here's what I get:
        Opening a page containing inline comments using default Confluence without RefinedTheme installed, nothing happens when I press 'n' or 'p'. I must fist select/open one inline comment and then 'n' & 'p' will iterate over them selecting the next/previous. So the shortcuts only "work" if the dialog is already open. This works the same way for me when I install RefinedTheme. On the page 'n' will instead of doing nothing, open the RefinedTheme navigation dialog. If however, I open the inline comment dialog and press 'n' it will select the next inline comment as intended.

        So from my end it works as I would expect, therefore I have some questions for you in order to solve it:
        What Confluence version are you using? Does your inline comment dialog pop open when pressing 'n' (without RefinedTheme?)
        With RefinedTheme installed - If you manually select a inline comment and then press 'n' and/or 'p' does it work?

        Best regards,
        Dennis

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