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Month: April 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Keys change function (Trinity+Squeeze)

From: "Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2011 13:50:16 +0200

Well, that was where I was looking. But "per-program basis" has the meaning 
of "not global, just program-context", and you cannot define a program (or 
window class name) to use that particular assignement for. Besiges that, 
there are no assignments for <ctrl>+<y>. <cursor up> is assigned to "previous 
list entry" and behaves like that - exect in xine.


But there is no entry assigned for <ctrl>+<y>
Am Dienstag, 5. April 2011 schrieb Volker Wysk:
> Am Donnerstag 31 März 2011, 16:29:29 schrieb Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Klepp:
> > Hi!
> >
> > I've (still) some problems with keys/keyboard mapping on trinity, and I
> > do not know where to look at:
> >
> > xine-ui: <cursour-up> does not work. strange as it is, i can assign a
> > function to <cursor-up> using xine's setup dialog.
> >
> > terminator: <ctrl>+<y> is translated to the sequence <cursor-up>,<end>.
> >
> > Both effects do not show when I run fvwm, so the "bad guy" is hidden in
> > trinity. But where? Any suggestions?
> Go to the control center and search for "keyboard". There should be an
> entry "keyboard shortcuts" (I'm translating back from German to English).
> You can define keys on a per-program basis, it is somewhere in the control
> center.
> bye
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