Shortcuts for launching programs

Anne Wilson cannewilson at
Thu Jun 25 21:34:41 BST 2009

On Thursday 25 June 2009 19:44:24 Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > I've no idea what you mean by Tux-0 etc.,
> Tux is the key between Ctrl and Alt on the left side of the keyboard.
> The key with the outline of a penguin.
Ah - one of the elusive Cherry Linux keyboards.

> > but configuring key-bindings is
> > possible with systemsettings > Computer Administration section > Input
> > Actions.
> It was very hard to find, I  would not have found it on my own. This
> is not the Legend of Zelda where the user should be expected to go
> clicking on every random thing. I will file a usability issue.
You're welcome, but I have to say, finding it in systemsettings did not seem 
at all strange to me.  Where else would I look?

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