Reinstate SQL Refactor shortcut keys
Please let us have CTRL+U back for setting reserved words to uppercase (this shortcut seems to have disappeared) as well as CTRL+B+L for layout. CTRL+K+Y isn't as natural to use and I'm giving serious thought to downgrading to the previous version. I've been used to those shortcuts for years and all it's doing now is annoying me and getting in the way.
In SQL Prompt 5.1, Ctrl+B Ctrl+L now activates Format SQL (Ctrl+K Ctrl+Y still works too), and Ctrl+B Ctrl+U activates Uppercase Keywords.
AdminPaul Stephenson (Admin, Redgate) commented
Ctrl+B Ctrl+L for Format SQL and Ctrl+B Ctrl+U for Uppercase Keywords are reinstated in the beta release of SQL Prompt 5.1. Please see http://www.red-gate.com/MessageBoard/viewtopic.php?t=13033 .
Piotr Lipski commented
Basically, why force users to use the hardcoded shortcut keys? There should be a separate area in the options dialog with editable definitions of all the shortcut keys. If I want my SQL Prompt to format code on RAlt-Shift-LControl-F11-Q, let me do it...