Apologies if this has been discussed somewhere,
I did some searching but found nothing related.
In the key binding resolver:
Somehow, for numbers only, the shift modifier is removed and the resulting binding becomes “modified” by shift directly. The same is true for letters - but they still work on lower or uppercase.
However - numbers change meaning on different locales. For example Spanish has
This means that binding to
ctrl-) is not an option, because the meaning of the binding changes completely when international users try to use the default bindings.
Am I misunderstanding something, or is this unintended consequence?
Is there a way to bind to ctrl-shift-0 without hardcoding the modified locale char?