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Old 04-17-2006, 02:39 AM   #1
riya
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customizing the keys in minimo


hi all,
I was trying to build minimo using mozilla-source-1.8b1.tar.bz2. and is using fedora core 3.The build was completed successfully.Now i am trying to customize the key bindings in minimo.Currently i am using the default keys in minimo .tab key for selecting the links on a web page in forward direction and shift -tab to select link in backward direction, and up and down arrow respectively to move up and down the page.
I would like to use my down arrow in the keyboard to select the links in the page in forward direction(just what my tab key is doing right now),up arrow to select the links in the page in backward direction(just what my shift-tab key is doing right now).
I am a new person in this field .
Can anyone suggest a way for doing this?
please help
 
  


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