There is no default shortcut to run "Find".
Also, in "Configure shortcuts" dialog box there is no possibility to assign custom shortcut for "Find".
It would be nice, if you implement this functionality.
I also have this problem. I have bound copy to meta-c and paste to meta-v in konsole, and it is not reflected in yakuake. Tested on opensuse 13.1 with an updated yakuake:
KDE Udviklingsplatform: 4.11.5
same here, using latest git build for frameworks
*** Bug 382009 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 382709 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Confirming this bug on Yakuake 3.0.4+ . Think 'Ctrl+Alt+F' key combination would fit.
I'm a Qt developer with 5 years experience and I've just spent two hours trying to find where is "Find" action defined is sources. But I did't find neither in yakuake source nor in konsole. I give up. If somebody helps me to find it I will make a pull request with fix.
Seems like it's not possible to add a shortcut to run "Find" because the terminal widget in yakuake works via KParts plugin system. I thinks it's needed to change konsolepart itself and hell knows what else in KDE=(. Maybe it can be done via some monkey patching through Qt reflections, but I don't have a time to investigate it.
Git commit 6ba044c145a68b0356fde5cf210d9db812eba310 by Kurt Hindenburg, on behalf of Nicolas Fella.
Committed on 14/03/2019 at 03:25.
Pushed by hindenburg into branch 'master'.
Define shortcuts for Find actions also for konsolepart
The find action in Yakuake (and other konsolepart users) is missing
a shortcut. This is because the shortcut is only defined for Konsole
and not for the part.
Test Plan: Press Ctrl + Shift + F in Yakuake, search bar opens
Reviewers: #konsole, hindenburg, hein
Reviewed By: #konsole, hindenburg
Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D19451
M +10 -13 src/SessionController.cpp