Unable to use Control + I to convert images. This issue first began a few days ago when I began to notice the inordinate amount of time it took (as opposed to past behavior) to complete the task. After doing some searching here on the forum I discovered a similar thread inquiring about whether a right click on an image would work. So I tried it and it did. Might be the result of the recent 12.15 Build 7102
Not that it matters much as I now am aware of an additional alternate command.
Still, what could be a reason for the keyboard shortcut not to function?
Windows 10 Professional, 64-bit, 1809, OS Build 17763.557
Intel Core i5-4570 CPU @ 3.20GHz
ATA 240GB SSD
16 GB DDR3 RAM
Intel HD Graphics 4600
I confess to continually being in awe as to the seemingly endless DOpus customizations. There has been no prior sharing of any settings with any other user. I am certain, however, that it wasn't a previous tweak I'd made which up until today had been a usable keyboard shortcut (Ctrl + I) for conversion while in image viewer and, based on your reply am at a complete loss as to explaining why it had worked at all.
That being said, I did notice the ability to use image viewer's menu bar to perform image conversions. I also investigated Settings > Customize Toolbars > Toolbars and noticed that I was unable to check the Image Viewer box. Why might this particular setting be disabled?
Ctrl-I in the viewer does trigger the image conversion by default. Ctrl-I in the file display inverts the selection, which is what Leo assumed you were talking about because your initial post didn't mention the viewer.
If you go to Settings / Customize / Keys and press i in the filter field at the bottom, it will show you all hotkeys involving that key. What do you see? The default settings should look like this:
The particular setting illustrated (Toolbar: Image Viewer) is the same on mine.
I truly appreciate the support on this issue but have the feeling that this dead horse needs no additional attention. As long as I'm able to convert images via right-click I'm satisfied. Thanks again for the help and insight!