Should you change between a Chromebook and a Home windows or macOS machine, you’ll have some bother shifting between totally different units of keyboard shortcuts. However it seems that you will quickly have the ability to make this a bit simpler. Experimental options in ChromeOS 111’s beta present progress in altering the working system’s shortcuts.
Kevin C. Tofel at About Chromebooks first observed the change, which helps you to see a model of the View Keyboard Shortcuts app (although he notes that creating customized shortcuts did not but work for him). A particularly early iteration was proven on the YouTube channel Chrome Story, late final yr, however now you’ll be able to attempt it your self.
When you allow the experimental flags, you’ll be able to go to Settings > Machine > Keyboard > View Keyboard Shortcuts. Clicking on the shortcuts will allow you to add new shortcuts (although these do not appear to really work but) and customise present shortcuts. There’s promise you will quickly have the ability to successfully remap each shortcut to your liking.
Tofel enabled three experimental flags within the ChromeOS 111 Beta channel:
Once we’ll see a full model of those customization choices is determined by how lengthy it takes ChromeOS 111 to make it by means of the beta course of and into common rollout. The newest steady channel replace for ChromeOS was in late January, leaping to model 109.0.5414.
The eventual full launch will probably be a giant deal, brining Chrome into league with different working methods which have extra flexibility on this area. It’s attainable, nevertheless, that beta customers who go away the flags enabled will slowly see the total characteristic constructed out earlier than it goes steady.