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Old 08-23-2006, 01:43 PM   #1
Captain Tram
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Changing Meta-key names in KDE


I've mapped my keyboard so that I have a row of meta-keys that run Control - Alt/option - command, like you would on an apple keyboard. These settings are exactly how I want them, and not the problem. I also checked the `MacOS-style modifier usage' box in the modifiers tab of Keyboard Shortcuts in kcontrol.

Now, for the Copy application shortcut, instead of `Ctrl+C', I have `Command+C'. I would like to have `⌘C', or even `⌘+C'. If I can do this, I'd also like to change the way Alt is written as well. Is this configurable?
 
  


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