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I first noticed that Ctrl-Shift-M would not open/close the mini-map in the SL Vieweer.  Later tried Singularity & Phoenix-FS, finding it was broken there too.  Seems like it would be an app data (I'm on win7) issue. is it fixable w/o throwing away all of my other settings?

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ctrl+shift+m works fine for me using the LL viewer and I'm using Windows 7 64-bit so maybe you do need to delete your settings file in AppData > Roaming > SecondLife and start again. Actually, just rename your settings file until you try a new default set and see if it works or not for you.

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paratracker wrote:

I first noticed that Ctrl-Shift-M would not open/close the mini-map in the SL Vieweer.  Later tried Singularity & Phoenix-FS, finding it was broken there too.  Seems like it would be an app data (I'm on win7) issue. is it fixable w/o throwing away all of my other settings?

My best guess is that some other application you're running is intercepting that keystroke combination.

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Thanks for the redirect...  this is what I found there:


        <menu_item_check
         label="Mini-map"
         name="Mini-Map"
         shortcut="control|shift|M">
            <menu_item_check.on_check
             function="Floater.Visible"
             parameter="mini_map" />
            <menu_item_check.on_click
             function="Floater.Toggle"
             parameter="mini_map" />
        </menu_item_check>

World Map shortcut (Ctrl-M) works fine and looks functionally identical

        <menu_item_check
         label="World map"
         name="World Map"
         shortcut="control|M"
         use_mac_ctrl="true">
            <menu_item_check.on_check
             function="Floater.Visible"
             parameter="world_map" />
            <menu_item_check.on_click
             function="Floater.Toggle"
             parameter="world_map" />
        </menu_item_check>



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