I have been using n++ for quite some time now, mainly for programming. I wanted to create two shortcuts to, ALT+D to be used as the HOME button and ALT+F to be used as the END button. However, whenever I press ALT, the menu on the top tries to match the combination to its selection. Is there a way to disable the top menu shortcuts and make the ALT+key shortcuts viable?
Thanks for replies.
Your problem is with ALT+F specifically and not with ALT+key in general.
Each item in the main menu has an ALT+letter shortcut, the letters are indicated by underline. This is how traditional Windows applications work.
AFAIK, these can not be overridden.
For me ALT+D works, it is a shortcut to DSpellCheck plugin.
The ALT+F is not the only problematic combination. The others (including alt+d) do work, but windows still tries to open the appropriate top menu and when no selection is matched, it plays a windows beep.
it plays a windows beep.
why not disabling the sound by using windows sound applet?
You can try using a third party macro program like autohotkeys to trap alt+d and convert it to home.