Remove 'move' function mapping from the Return/Enter key.
The "move" function pop-up menu is activated by both "Shift + Command M" as well as the Return/Enter key. You are able to clear the "Shift + Command M" function by using Edit Keyboard Shortcuts, but the Return/Enter key will still engage this pop-up menu when an object is selected. Being close to the Shift key, it's constantly triggered on accident and it's not (as far as I can tell) currently possible to remove this function from being mapped to the Return/Enter Key.
Derek Webster commented
Is this a PC-only function? I've just moved to using a PC after being on a Mac for the last 10 years, and this key-mapping is a constant irritation when I'm renaming library items, but I don't recall running into it on a Mac. I'm adding my voice to the request to allow re-mapping.
David Price commented
Are you kidding me? This was a stupid idea to make it move when you hit the return key.
This key mapping should be editable in the normal way. eg. call it "Default Tool Action".
Edin Pašović commented
I use enter to confirm stuff in all other programs (such as confirming image placement after "place image" in Photoshop), and since they mapped "Move" shortcut to Enter key, it became really really annoying to have it constantly accidentaly move stuff without me having asked for it. I agree, this should be remappable in options. This would help us who have to work with several Adobe tools in parallel to confuse shortcuts between programs less.
@Egor Christyakov - congratulations on being so pretentious and full of yourself that you can't imagine why someone would want this option. We really needed your arrogant and useless input on this. We feel enlightened and grateful.
I frequently bring up the Move dialogue box instead of deleting selected objects by accidentally hitting Enter instead of Delete. Being able to re-map this Move hotkey would be ideal to remove this issue when working at speed.
Enter is common hotkey to access dialogue modes for every tool, not only selection.
I can't imagine how you use right Shift at all, but I agree that this key could be map-able.
It still sounds strange. It's like 'Please let me disable Esc, I put my cup on it.'
I won't vote for this, but I can advise you to study Autohotkey (Windows only sadly) which would allow you to remap Enter within AI.