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Re: odd gnome-keybinding-properties bug?

On Sat, 2004-12-04 at 13:02 -0800, David Mosberger wrote:
> >>>>> On Sat, 04 Dec 2004 01:24:07 +0100, Björn Torkelsson <torkel@acc.umu.se> said:
>   Björn> On Fri, 2004-12-03 at 16:07 -0800, David Mosberger wrote:
>   >> I just learned that the "gnome-keybinding-properties" dialog is
>   >> supposed to show a "Text editing shortctus" box, which allows
>   >> switching from the GNOME default to Emacs-style keybindings.
>   >> This works fine on Debian/testing on an x86, but with
>   >> Debian/unstable on ia64, that box doesn't appear (everything else
>   >> works as expected, though).
>   >> Is it just me or do others see the same behavior on ia64?
>   Björn> I don't see the "Text editing shortctus" box on my i386
>   Björn> laptop running unstable, so it is probably not an ia64
>   Björn> specific problem. There is a gconf key to switch to
>   Björn> Emcas-style though.
> Converesley, I found that on my home machine (running Debian/testing
> on ia64), the box _does_ appear, so perhaps this is one of those
> "simplifications" that made it into GNOME 2.8... ;-/
> You're right that gconf-editors can work around the shortcoming, but
> that's a lot less intuitive/easy to find.

I know, it took me a while to find the key.


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