(In reply to Magnus Melin [:mkmelin] from comment #2)
Main menu is hidden by default
Well, that's a big problem frankly :/
I tend to agree.
Anyway, I don't think context menus should show shortcuts. There's really a need to keep context menus short, and pretty.
That's your personal preference, and I'm suggesting here that you can still have it your way and switch shortcuts in context menus off, but for new users, we may want to expose them more aggressively.
I cannot imagine a more suitable place for exposing shortcuts than directly in the context where they can be used to improve your workflow. After going a couple of times through that context menu, you may figure that using the shortcut may serve you better. Imo we want to proactively educate users about this because ux-efficiency is part of TB's brand core, so the more users learn to appreciate the ux-efficiency of using the shortcuts, the more they may bond with our product.
If you want to make them known, it could be better to have have an easy way to show the available shortcuts as some kind of of page/overlay.
Can you elaborate? How do users trigger the page/overlay? How would it look? Which shortcuts should be displayed?
I still doubt anything could be as easily discoverable as having the shortcuts directly in the context menu.