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Re: Xfce steals keyboard shortcuts?



Sorry, forgot to mention that in previous post..see settings -> window manager -> keyboard. there are bunch of <cntrl> related shortcuts there. remove them and you'll be all set up.

Regards
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roman

On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 7:48 PM, Paul Isambert <zappathustra@free.fr> wrote:
Thank you Roman.

Removing Alt-F2 in the shortcut settings did give me some Alt-shortcuts back, but Ctrl-shortcuts still won't work, even when I remove everything in the settings. Any idea?

Paul


On 27/11/2011 16:41, Roman Khomasuridze wrote:
Hi,

Yes, Xfce does still some shortcuts (never came acroos problems with F1 to F12). you can define Xfce specific shortcuts in settings -> keyboard so that they wont interfere with yours.

Regards
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Roman

On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 7:22 PM, Paul Isambert <zappathustra@free.fr> wrote:
Hello,

I've installed gVim with Xfce. My shortcuts made of Ctrl-F1 to Ctrl-F12 and Alt-F1 to Alt-F12 doesn't work. Instead, they seem to be executed for Xfce: I've noticed that because Alt-F2 launches an app in Xfce, and that's what happens in gVim too.

So is it possible to give control to all shortcuts to gVim?

Best,
Paul


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