Yes, I was trying it right now, but it doesn’t seem to work… There has to be a way to access the Menu via keyboard on the Mac, so I guess I’ll find it eventually. But still, it’s curious that this action (Export Midi)is not shown on the Key Commands Menu in Preferences
There is. It’s somewhere in the System Preferences, probably under Keyboard > Accessibility. I have never explored its functionality, but I think it is designed more for users with physical limitations to enable them to navigate between the various menu items (using the arrow keys and tab) rather than for “power users” to set up macros or keyboard shortcuts for specific actions.
No problem! I found the way, it’s like @StevenJones01 suggested. Default shortcut is Ctrl+F2
The thing is that even accessing the Menu bar with Keyboard, there are still a bunch of clicks to do (at least on Mac), where I’d love to have one shortcut assigned directly to that action.
@Eric_Pajata I use AutoHotkey for a dozen uses like this in Dorico. It’s for Windows only, but I know there are many programs that do the same thing for Mac. I mention it to make you aware of non-builtin solutions to this. These programs can sit over Dorico in the OS and do the job. Hard to live without such a tool I reckon.
You could look at this. Amusingly it has a musical theme, quite incidentally!