Navigate to Decompiled sources, has no shortcut key and does not work on mac

I am using the Rider OSX key mapping on my mac, according to the documentation here

the ⌃⇧N should take me to the decompiled sources, however this does not work and when trying to go through the Navigate to shortcut ⌃⇧G, this does not work either, I am forced to click at the top Navigate to menu and then click on the Decompiled sources option, It is also not possible to assign keys to this and is also visible from the menu that this feature does not have a key assigned to it,

can you please advise why this is and if it is fixable?

also when using ⌃⇧G the button at the top gets highlighted but nothing happens and the menu does not open!

I am using the 2019.1.3

JetBrains Rider 2019.1.3
Build #RD-191.7141.460, built on July 9, 2019
JRE: 1.8.0_212-release-1586-b4 x86_64
JVM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o
macOS 10.15.6

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Hi Farhad.
Unfortunately, this action doesn’t have a direct shortcut. To invoke it, please use the “Navigate to” action via the “⌃+⇧+N” key combination and select “Decompiled sources” value from the list.

Note. One can use the “Go to Type Declaration” action via “Ctrl + Click” for the currently selected type.

Also, you can create an issue to add a shortcut for the “Decompiled sources” action on youtrack

Best regards,
Maxim Isaev.


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