Popup key combination suggestions always show ALT instead of CMD?

RubyMine 3.0.1 on MacOSX 10.6.6

Minor issue... just annoying because there is an ALT key (option) on the mac keyboard.
example:  RubyMine pops up "ALT+6 (6: TODO)" when it should be telling me "CMD+6 (6:TODO)"

Is this an oversight or can I change the key combinations somewhere?

Thanks,
-=Randy

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sorry for the multiple posts!  It displayed "An Error Occured" after each submission, so I thought it wasn't going through.  Please delete the second and third duplicates.

Thank you!

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Hi,

Could you attach a screenshot of such wrong suggestion. I don't see it.
I checked "RubyMine | Window | Tool Windows" - seems all is ok
Screen shot 2011-02-07 at 12.56.51 PM.png

can I change the key combinations somewhere?

See "RubyMine | Settings | Keymap (IDE Settings) | All Actions | Main Menu | Window | Tool Windows | ..."

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Ah, not the ones inside the menus.  I'm talking about the ones that popup on their own when I click certain things.

Like if I click the Project sidebar tab, I get this:
Screen shot 2011-02-07 at 12.21.12 PM.png
The actual shortcut is CMD+1

When I click on the TODO tab at the bottom, I get this:
Screen shot 2011-02-07 at 12.21.28 PM.png
When the actual shortcut is CMD+6.

And when I click on the Changes tab at the bottom, I get this:
Screen shot 2011-02-07 at 12.21.35 PM.png
When the actual shortcut is CMD+9

I too see the correct shortcuts in the Window / Tool Windows menu:
Screen shot 2011-02-07 at 12.46.03 PM.png
But never when they popup over the app as I displayed in the above screen captures.

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It's a "KeyPromoter" 3rd party plugin for RubyMine. Probably they ignore current keymap or just some bug related to MacOS. More over seems it doesn't work well on my Mac because it doesn't react on toolbar buttons. You can contact with plugin author. Info is given in Settings | Plugins | Available | Key promoter. Author name is Dmitry Kashin and his email is given there. Plugin was designed for early version of IntelliJ IDEA, so it is quite old and probably isn't fully compatible with recent versions of RubyMine and other IntelliJ Based products.

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Thank you for tracking this down.

They ignore current color scheme or keyboard settings?  What would color scheme have to do with key commands?

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They ignore current color scheme or keyboard settings?

I mean keymap. Sorry it was just a typo.

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