Small update, after extensive testing we will be moving back to a less opinionated and more obvious layout.
Sorry @Yul, we tested having all of the shortcuts on the left but the learning curve was just too high and it restricted it to the most power of power users. Trying to explain why “s+s” goes to settings but “p+p” doesn’t go to project settings is awkward and confusing.
I will not make a fork just for a few shortcuts, it seems overkill
So I will use d+d and then mouse-click on “Project Settings”.
It’s longer than a+a, but I’m sure I will never use p+p as long as I need to have a mouse
EDIT : but I cannot use it anymore, as d+d now leads to /dashboard/tasks instead of /manageProjects/dashboard, so I cannot access to other project settings from there.
With the latests changes, d+d doesn’t lead to /manageProjects/dashboard anymore, it now goes to /dashboard/tasks, so it cannot be used to quickly access tabs of the Projects Settings anymore.
There are 2 big areas :
-Studio Settings, containing these tabs : Bundles, Studio Settings, Site Settings, Users, etc…
-Projects Settings, containing these tabs : Anatomy, Project Settings, Site Settings, Roots, etc…
There are 2 shortcuts that lead to tabs in Studio Settings (/settings/) : s+s and u+u.
There is only 1 shortcut that leads to Projects Settings (/manageProjects/) : p+p.
Could you add a second one, for example a+a to lead to Anatomy (a tab of the Projects Settings), please ?
It would open /manageProjects/anatomy
And it respects the rule “use a shortkey which is the first letter of its target”.
Then p+p could lead to /manageProjects/projectSettings again (it’s easier to remember, as project begins with p).