We often use the following:
to restart the system. I'm not a huge fan of it.
I like the DocBook structure better:
I'd prefer a way to identify on screen
elements in combination with hardware keystrokes.
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I often want to add
special formatting for things I press/type, such as CTRL+Z
or ALT+0235. I know that <userinput> exists, but
that generally seems to be intended for strings you put
into fields. Also, I generally want different formatting
for things I press on a keyboard vs text I need to enter.
Right now (because
I'm a DITA specialization newbie), I'm using <userinput
outputclass="keyboard">CTRL+S</userinput> in my
processing. I'd love to simplify this down to something
like <keyboard>CTRL+S</keyboard>. Potentially
this is just a small addition to the software elements
And trying to write
this without using the word "key" is hard.Â