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About a BATCH I/O log header

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RTT:
Done. Now the batch i/o window uses a monospaced font and the default file name of the save batch i/o log and export grid dialogs includes the date in the name.

Padanges:
Great news :)
In addition to this, it would be useful to be able to save the log with a hotkey "Ctrl+S" instead of a mouse-click, i.e. using "Ctrl+S" (or at least "Shift+S", if the previous combination can't be used) in I/O Log mode would run the Save File dialog. What do you think?

RTT:
Done. Ctrl+S, or the shortcut currently assigned to the UpdateInfoAct action, now also triggers the batch i/o logs save as dialog.

Padanges:
Great. I'm just curious, how do you avoid "hotkey collision" (if it's assigned to UpdateInfoAct and Save File dialog) then - activating a hotkey checks for the current pdfe mode and only then executes the command accordingly?

RTT:
The hotkey is global, but the function called by the event can make decisions. In this case it's a easy to know what are the user intentions, based on the active mode.

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