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Old 06-10-2009, 12:22 PM   #1
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Question Disable/Move mapping of F12 from bring up the main menu


I am running a Puppy Linux distro on some old computers that use the PS/2 connector with no mouse. One at the desktop the F12 key is mapped to bring up the main menu from the taskbar. This is kind of annoying with the kind of old keyboard i have to use i keep hitting F12. Is there anyway to disable this key or map it to a different key?

Any help here would be great. Thanks
 
  


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