3 votesRobert commented
Voted. This is hugely disruptive to workflow.
As per our understanding the issue is as follows:
1. Press alt+scroll using the mouse wheel to zoom in/out.
2. InDesign switches focus to the menu-bar so that the next keyboard press will enact the menu shortcut.
3. Type F, E, L, or T after using alt+scroll
Menu entry is opened from the control strip (example View menu as soon as you hit the V key).
Key press should select the suitable tool denoted by that key
This has been the behavior since quite long and does not look like a break in behavior.
Please can you confirm?
This is a huge obstacle while working in Windows and I would love to see a way to disable the alt key while working in Adobe software. As someone else mentioned, the alt key should not be a toggle on/off key. Right now it's very disruptive when working in CC for 8+ hours a day.