GPG Services: Why I am uninstalling
You map hot keys that conflict with other applications and I cannot remap them (and no, I do not want to remap my other application’s keys). Particularly Shift-Command-F.
The ability to remap keys
macOS 10.14.5 18F132 GPG Suite 2018.5 2368 (6f26711) GPG Mail 3.0.1 1330 (807c323e) 25 trial days remaining GPG Keychain - GPG Services 1.11.6 1056 (ad0c960) MacGPG 2.2.10 921 (b487092) GPG Suite Preferences 2.1.4 1077 (ad934a9) Libmacgpg 0.8.7 895 (78f424a) pinentry 1.1.0 10 (1ff8803)
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Steve on 12 Aug, 2019 02:19 PM
thanks for getting in touch about this problem.
We have already removed all default keyboard shortcuts to avoid collisions in our code already. While this is fixed in the nightly build and will be included in the next stable release unfortunately users with existing installations have to disable the shortcuts manually in System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Services. Look for any OpenPGP: entry and remove the shortcuts as desired.
Or you could switch to the beta channel as GPG Suite 2019.1b1 includes the fix. To do this open System Preferences > GPG Suite and tick the beta option, then check for updates.
Hope this helps.
2 Posted by Guerry Semones on 12 Aug, 2019 03:24 PM
Excellent, I'll give it a look!
Steve closed this discussion on 09 Oct, 2019 09:29 AM.