Re: Bug#58428: CTRL+SHIFT+1 not working
On Tue, Feb 22, 2000 at 06:47:21AM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > What do the keypresses do? Why are they important? Can't you just
> > configure them to your preference?
Like I wrote in my bugreport I noticed this in JBuilder Foundation running
on top of JDK 1.22. In JBuilder CTRL+SHIFT+1 (or any other number) is used
to set a bookmark. When I have Slackware or another distribution running
except Debian and press this keycombination the bookmark is set.
With Debian plain nothing happens. I'd guess this is because the keypress
doesn't result in any or the right X11 event to be fired.
I said that I'd be willing to try fixing this by myself if somebody would
give me some hints on which configuration files are involved which I then
could compare with the slackware files...
> To bind CTRL-SHIFT-F1 to something in your window manager, see your window
> manager documentation.
Thanks for that tip, but I'm not trying to bind myself some special function
key combination. Also the problem was with CTRL+SHIFT+1 *not* CTRL+SHIFT+F1.