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Grim Reaper 11-26-2002 11:07 PM

Is there some way to bind keys to minimize everything?
 
Like in windows (i hate relating back to windows, but i actually used it all the time) how u press the windows button and d it would minimize everything...is there some way to do that in linux? those particular keys would be good too :)
if its possible, i think i might bind some other keys while im at it...like opening XMMS etc

moses 11-26-2002 11:17 PM

depends on your window manager.

Grim Reaper 11-27-2002 03:20 AM

its KDE...so there is something that comes with it already? ill take a look around...but could somebody also reply with a possible solution incase i can't find it very fast, heh :)


Edit: ok i found it, but when i press and hold the windows key and press D, it doesn't recognise the windows key...but if i hold alt, etc, it seems to work...:(

SuperSadSmile 11-27-2002 05:38 AM

in KDE3 as default you can get that simply pressing ctrl-alt-d if I remember well.
Either way you can set whatever you want going in the kde control center, then kde-look(i have italian version, i really don't know whatsisname in english one), then again in keyboard or commands and bind everything in your very personal way.

SuperSadSmile


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