As it finds matching shortcuts, it will prompt you to type 'yes' to change the shortcuts.
When I wrote this years ago, I had changed a server name at a location, and all the users had a TON of shortcuts pointing to the old server name.
For example, to go to the Review tab, press Alt Win R.
If a spreadsheet opens in Excel Online Reading view, editing commands won’t work.
The closest thing I can find is the 'Apply once and do not reapply' option, however I don't want to have these shortcuts created in the first place if I can avoid it. What I'm trying to do is update shortcuts where they already exist.
In Excel Online, access keys all start with Alt Win, then add a letter for the ribbon tab.
You might be better able to do what you're asking for with a batch script.
Shortcut preference items allow you to configure a shortcut to a file system object (such as a file, folder, drive, share, or computer), a shell object (such as a printer, desktop item, or control panel item), or a URL (such as a Web page or an FTP site).
and then the shortcuts are being updated instantaneously. What is triggered on log out that trigger the update ?
EDIT I have tried this answer https://askubuntu.com/a/353216/23006 to launch ~/.local/share/applications` overrule the global ones.