Shortcuts for launching programs

Anne Wilson cannewilson at
Fri Jun 26 09:02:00 BST 2009

On Friday 26 June 2009 07:39:48 Dotan Cohen wrote:
> >> 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.
> No, it's just a sticker!
> > 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?
> I agree about it being in System Settings. I do not agree about it
> being buried in a right-click menu item on a tree-list without a label
> or a hint. I passed right over that place three times before writing
> to the list. If below-average intellegence, unfamilar-with-KDE noobs
> like me cannot find it, then that is a bug.

I haven't seen it on a right-click menu - probably because I didn't look for 
that.  It is on the front page of the SystemSettings screen with no right-
click required, and I suppose that I spent a few minutes in the early days 
looking at what each icon led to.

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