Yep, sloppy programming from Adobe.
I have the same issue and have also had the suggestion 'add it to a wishlist'. Since when do bug fixes come under a 'wishlist'? !!!
Try visiting the link instead of questioning it.
Well, after months of trying to get Adobe to take this issue seriously I have finally got this reply from Tech Support:
Peter, as per my interaction with senior Technical Department let me provide you the important information, this bug is not going to be worked upon by our Engineering team because, According to Adobe Technical Support policy, we cannot work on a bug if we do not recieve certain specified number of complaints from customer's.
As this issue is encountered by only very few customer's, hence this bug will not be fixed by pur Engineering team.
After all, how hard is it to trap some key combinations?
Seems like Adobe only wants right handed people to use their software. When using the mouse with the left hand it's very complicated to user Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V. When I have one hand on the Mouse I always use Ctrl-Insert/Shift-Inster, Shift-Delete. In the last 22 years I only found one program which did not support that. Adobe Flash is the second (!)
I am also regularily pissed off by Flash applications just because of that. Adobe support claims there is not much interest, but how many annoyed users of applications running under flash will report this as a bug to Adobe?
Could someone tell me where to to go to vote on this bug? (Bug# 2193890 (and maybe my Case #181518116). I tried to find it but couldn't.
So I entered it as a fresh bug.
Please vote on it if you want it changed. You'll have to create a user account though.
PS: the bug tracking system was moved. The bug is now under.