Preferences | Shortcuts should also search by keyboard shortcut
The Shortcuts tab of the Preferences dialog contains two columns:
- Action: Lists brief descriptions all of the actions that can be assigned a keyboard shortcut.
- Shortcut: Lists the currently defined keyboard shortcuts for each action.
There is a Search box at the bottom of this tab that allows the user to type in a search string. Typing in this box causes the list of actions to be filtered to only those that contain the specified search string in their description (first column), case-insensitively.
It would be useful if this search facility were enhanced so that the list of actions were filtered down to those that contain the search string in either the action description (first column) or the currently assigned keyboard shortcut (second column).
That way, the user could quickly find out if a keyboard shortcut, say Ctrl+T, is in use simply by typing “ctrl+t” in the Search box. Or the user could quickly find out which commands use the → key, with or without any modifiers, by typing “right” in the Search box.