Simple thing, but it would be cool to add Ctrl-Shift-Z as a shortcut for redo as default.
You can change this manually in your keymap.cson by adding
'.workspace': 'ctrl-shift-z': 'core:redo'
You can do this to nearly anything found in the command palette
Thanks for your answer,
I know that I can add shortcuts manually, but I think this one should be present as a default shortcut.
You can submit a PR on Atom Core if you feel that it is necessary:
Though, personally, I would lobby against this unless it is the default keybinding for Redo on your platform. And even then, I would expect it to only be enabled for that platform. In order to be as flexible as possible, we should be leaving as many keys and key chords open by default for people to use according to their own preferences.
This was added in 0.116.0
Thanks for adding this.
This shortcut is not default keybinding of any system, but it is the default in Sublime Text and Photoshop (and maybe others).
It is CTRL + Shift + Z on Windows and Linux, CMD + Shift + Z on OSX.
I think it would be a good thing to add it for Linux and OSX too, for people coming from Sublime Text or Photoshop like me.
Cmd+Shift+Z is already mapped to
core:redo on OS X. It’s the default for the OS. And it already has been mapped for Linux, I believe as part of the same change.
Yes I just added it for Linux and saw it was already done for OSX.
I know this is super old, and you may already know this (and this may have been updated since this discussion ended), but Ctrl-Y is the shortcut for redo.