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If I was using the Windows version I would use AutoHotkey to do that, but on Linux I'm not aware of how to assign keys in an easy convenient way.
You can edit hotkeys.cfg in your OpenTTD directory.
Note that W is currently the global hotkey for raising terrain
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That's not a straight out lie but it's not a proper answer either, because there are not "map scrolling" keys in the hotkeys file. That would have to be added to the game's executable. That's why I'm making the suggestion in the first place.
Besides, that "hotkeys.cfg" file is painful to edit because you have to edit keyboard bindings one by one. Like the other guy said there, it would be much easier to have a GUI interface to do this in the game, or at least have a file that comes empty, so we can add our own shortcuts to it, or a button that says "Clear all bindings", or "Save Template" inside the game, those are all within the realm of future possibilities, and would greatly enhance the user friendliness of the game.
In this same note, is there a way to slow-down mouse map scrolling at the corners of the screen? I feel it goes too fast.
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