How to track done a shortcut key combo
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Tue Feb 28 00:59:01 GMT 2006
Bram Schoenmakers <bramschoenmakers at kde.nl> writes:
> Op maandag 27 februari 2006 07:58, schreef Harry Putnam:
>> How can I track down and edit a specific key combo? In this case
>> pressing Ctrl-Alt k brings up an konsole. I want to turn that off
>> since it interferes with emacs in some modes.
>> So how can I find the source of this shortcut?
> Run kmenuedit, locate the Konsole entry and disable the shortcut shown there.
That would be a nifty way if it worked but it doesn't here.
I find kconsole under System/Terminal Program (konsole)
At `Current shortcut key' dialog the button says `None' in large
letters. None the less, `Ctrl-Alt k' brings one up...
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