I'm recording a video screencapturing Gimp, and there are a few different tools I use, like drawing with a pencil at a given brush size, erase at a different size, add new layer, and delete the current layer.
I've found the
Configure Keyboard Shortcuts editor under the
Preferences and I could configure some shortcuts, so that everything can be done using the keyboard.
Since I'm recording a video, I want to use as few key presses as possible.
For example when I'm drawing with a pencil then I want to erase, I need to select the eraser (1 keypress), then increase the size (2 keypresses). When I want to switch back, I select the pencil (1 keypress), and reset the size back (1 press to reset, 1 or 2 to increase).
Is there a way to define "composite" shortcuts, that simply press a series of shortcuts for me, so that I only need to press 1 key?
I'm using Ubuntu with Gnome3.