⌘H (Keyboard shortcut) does not work as expected in script editor

⌘H is intended to open the replace text menu for replacing text.
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However ⌘H is an OS X system shortcut for hiding windows so that shortcut is likely not overwritable. I propose mimicking other IDE’s behavior like Sublime where ⌘F opens the finder popup like normal but ⌘ + Shift + F calls the replace text popup.


You can change the shortcut by going to File > Advanced > Customize Shortcuts. There is no native shortcut for find and replace on macOS but I set mine to ⌥⌘F

True, I just upgraded from another computer (which I had changed the shortcut on) and came across the bug again. I’m just reporting because default behavior should be working.

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Yes, however if you full-screen. It will normally work.

Again I report this as a bug because default behavior is broken, many users do not use full screen.

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Thank you for reporting this! We’re already looking into it :slight_smile:

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