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Syntax

set the acceleratorModifiers of button to {empty | keys}

Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop,Web
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies one or more modifier keys that must be pressed with the button shortcut key specified by the acceleratorKey property.
Examples

set the acceleratorModifiers of button 1 to shift
set the accelMods of button "Speak" to control,alt
set the accelMods of button it to command,shift

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Use the acceleratorModifiers property, along with the acceleratorKey property, to specify a shortcut key combination for a button.

Value:

The acceleratorModifiers of a button consists of a list of one or more keys, separated by commas.

The keys can be any of "control", "command", "alt", "option", and "shift". If you use "command" as a key, it is converted to "control". If you use "option" as a key, it is converted to "alt".

By default, the acceleratorModifiers of a newly created button is empty.

Comments:

The following statements set up a shortcut for a button called "Calculate":

set the acceleratorKey of button "Calculate" to "C"

set the acceleratorModifiers of button "Calculate" to alt,shift

When the user presses Alt-Shift-C (on Unix or Window systems) or Option-Shift-C (on Mac OS systems), the button's mouseUp handler is executed.

Cross-platform note: On Mac OS systems, the Control key and Command key are equivalent when used with this property. The option Key is likewise also equivalent to the Alt key.

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