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Re: winkey (tuxkey) for launching k-menu problem

On Sunday 20 March 2005 05:17, Robert Lindgren wrote:
> > Hey, I finally found success in configuring this.  Use the Control
> > Center => Regional & Accessibility => Keyboard Layout => Xkb Options to
> > "Enable xkb options" and "Third Level Choosers" "Press any of the
> > Winkeys to choose 3rd level" and hit "Apply".  Then, go to "Keyboard
> > Shortcuts" => Global Shortcuts and under "Panel" "Popup Launch Menu"
> > choose customize and just hit the "Win" key.  On mine, it labels it
> > "ISO_Level3_Shift", instead of "Win" key.  Now, hit "Apply" in the lower
> > right corner.
> >
> > I don't use the "Win" keys for anything else, so it doesn't matter to me
> > that they are now mapped to "ISO_Level3_Shift", whatever that means.
> Fantastic,
> Thank you Paul!!!
> I don't use the win key for anything else either so it works for me too.

Way to go Paul!  I haven't been using the Win key at all, because my previous 
attempts to map it _anywhere_ got me nowhere.  Works great.  Thanks.

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