darose at darose.net
Tue Jun 28 23:42:58 CEST 2011
On 06/28/2011 04:31 PM, Eddie wrote:
> I feel like I should either know this, figure it out on my own, or find
> it on Google, but I can't.
> I would like to assign a few keystrokes to launch programs, for
> example, Ctrl-F4 to open the terminal emulator. There is a Settings |
> Keyboard | Application Shortcuts, but Add does not allow me to input a
> keystroke. It's the same on every Xfce distro I've tried.
> Can I do this? I don't mind editing a text file, if it is just the
> interface that is busted.
1) Click add
2) It will open a dialog that prompts you for the command to run. Enter
the command and click OK.
3) It will then open *another* dialog prompting you to press the
keystroke that will launch that command.
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