Thanks for your work and research on this Eveline.
For the record, I always found Gvox's nomenclature for shortcuts rather obtuse and inconsistent.
Throughout the user guide, Gvox uses many styles:
Copying a Note Using The Control/Option Key
"Hold down the [control (win)/option(mac)] key" â€” page 33
"Press and hold the [control (win)/option(mac)] key." â€” page 42
"hold the [control/option] key " â€” page 58, 86
"hold down both the [shift] and [control/option]" â€” page 86
"Select the double dot by using [shift/option]+[D]" â€” page 66
"[Control/option]+[-] embeds a â€˜hardâ€™ hyphen within the lyric data." â€” page 72
It's not until page 255, the Shortcuts section, that some semblance of consistency appears, e.g.
... and in such cases the capital K imples a shift key, so it might be clearer to write
I don't think it would be hard to find a more common system for indicating shortcuts.
q wrote:The Drum Map shortcut on Mac is [Ctrl] + [=] and the shortcut is identified correctly in the menu.
On the Mac you can toggle floating windows with [Command] + [Option] + [K] ... and correct in the menu
Then the manual is correct about drum map shortcut for Mac for Drum Map and wrong about the shortcut for Mac toggle floating windows.
I could not check the menu's in the Mac version of the program myself, so thanks for doing that for me!