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    hi, i am a newbie to Extjs and i am still a learner . can anybody help me to work with keymap . my requirement is like, let's think i have 3 buttons add,edit,delete in a form panel .how can i use keyboard shortcuts to get those buttons to be clicked(something like p+a to select add,p+e to select edit p+d to select delete) is there any easy way to do this like defining a config for those buttons


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    No, you need to instantiate a Ext.KeyMap instance for the button's element.
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