Fm Version: 126.96.36.199
OS Version: Mac OS Monterey 12.5
Mac Mini M1
Keyboard: AZERTY (French)
When I define a shortcut key in my custom menu I'm seeing something strange:
I choose CMD-ALT-2 (from the numeric keypad) as shortcut
but in my Filemaker menu i'm seeing CMD-ALT-é
For QWERTY users: é is the key underneath the 2 (lowercase row) of the main keyboard.
Since when it is not allowed to use the numeric keypad for shortcuts?
Is this new or has it always been?
I can't use the numbers on the main keys. Filemaker refuses. Checked if they are used by macOS but that is not the case.
It's not that important but I'm curious why I can't. Numbers as shortcuts can be handy sometimes.
CMD + 1…9 and 0 are used in FM for the first 10 Scripts that are activated for use in the script menu. But if you use CMD in conjunction with OPTION or SHIFT, I think it should work. What about CONTROL + 1…0? Without CMD.
I have tried now with my system language set to Français (Belgique) and with German.
No strange behaviour. Everything worked fine. Defining the shortcut with the 9 from numeric keypad or the main key did not make a difference. Using the shortcut worked also with both keys.