On 13/06/10 13:04, Nathan Thomas wrote:
When I create a new shortcut, I enter the command in the dialogue box
shown in your screenshot and hit <enter> (or press ok). A new dialogue
box then appears allowing me to set the keyboard shortcut. If this
second box doesn't appear for you, that sounds like a bug.
that was it but not intuitive.
as "Cancel" was the only button I saw, after clicking ok.
Also, when editing an existing shortcut, the second box doesn't
for me - seems like you're right in saying you can only edit the command
and not the shortcut. I guess the only way to change the shortcut for a
command would be to remove it from the list and then re-add it with a
new shortcut, which is easy enough, but hardly user-friendly... Perhaps
the two boxes could be combined into a single box?
This is what I had to do, del existing then create new "Super_L" now
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