The keyboard shortcut for strike-through in the Google Docs web UI is AltShift5 (yes that is a five), and the toolbar doesn't have a strike-through button.
It's very awkward (I actually have to swivel my whole body slightly to press it, my hand and wrist just don't work that way, heh; also sometimes I have to wear a wrist brace on my left hand, which makes it even worse).
I use Chrome on Windows. I found A faster way to access Strikethrough on Google Docs when searching for other shortcuts, it got my hopes up (especially because the OP's use case is the same as mine)... but it wasn't what I was looking for:
- The top answer just describes the aforementioned keyboard shortcut.
- This answer has a userscript but it doesn't work any more.
- This answer seems to point to the same script.
- Everything there is over 10 years old, anyways, a lot has probably changed.
So, my question is, is there some way to make toggling (or even just setting) strike-through on highlighted text more convenient than the current tendinitis-inducing keyboard shortcut (preferably by keyboard rather than mouse, if possible)?
As far as I can tell, I can't modify keyboard shortcuts or customize the toolbar. But maybe there's a way to do that? Or some outside-the-box trick to accomplish something similar? Fwiw, I'm open to console- or script-based solutions, too, I do have Tampermonkey installed. I don't know, I poked around in the UI a bit but I don't really have any ideas.