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Old 10-03-2006, 10:27 AM   #1
CaffeineJunkie
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Binding Thinkpad Keys to Key Combinations


Hello there. I have a strange issue.

I'm attempting to bind extra ThinkPad keys (the ones that look like page left and page right) to execute the key combination Ctrl+Alt+Left and Right. Basically, switching workspaces.

I would normally just use Gnome's built in keyboard shortcut program, however I'm also using XGL and am unable to change those shortcuts.
 
  


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