Keyboard interaction seems so broken to me the I must be doing something silly.
<Ctrl>-<Alt>-T and I get a new terminal. I click "Terminal" and "Reset" and the terminal resets. So far, so good.
Same scenario, using only the keyboard:
<Ctrl>-<Alt>-T and I get a new terminal. I'd like to access the "Terminal" menu with
<Alt>-T, but that doesn't work. If I access it with the mouse, I'd like to trigger "Reset" by typing
r. Doesn't work, either. However, if I press a cursor key (up or down), typing
Now, why doesn't
<Alt>-T access the "Terminal" menu and why doesn't
r run the "Reset" command (without cursor keys to nudge it) and how can I get this very, very, very basic and widely used interaction style to work?
Or to put it another way, I want to "Paste" with
<Alt>-E p instead of