keyboard shortcut problem
moonpunter at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 04:06:15 CEST 2016
You can try editing the XML file directly.
(Presumably you shouldn't need root access for this.)
It's a pretty straightforward file.
I would assume you'd just add in the custom one you want based on
another successful custom shortcut done through the GUI, or something.
Hope that helps any.
Bob Holtzman wrote:
> Running a new install of xfce4Debian Jessie which loads xfce4 4.10.
> After entering Alt-a as a shortcut to open the xfce4 terminal I observed
> Alt-L pop up in the list for the same action. Tried several times with
> the same result.When I gave up and tried Alt-L I got.......nothing. Not
> even an error message.
> /var/log/dmesg was empty (this is a new install) and /var/log/messages
> showed a lot of "no hotplug settings from platform" and "using default
> PCI settings". I have no idea what those mean, or if they have anything
> to do with my problem, but there sure a lot of them.
> Any help troubleshooting this would be appreciated.
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