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Old 10-15-2008, 02:40 PM   #1
janhe
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Registered: Jul 2007
Location: Belgium
Distribution: slackware64 13.1, slackware 13.1
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weird kde4 menu shortcut key behavior


I'm running kde4 (4.1.2) on slackware-current. There is something rather strange that happens since 4.1.0 (haven't tested earlier versions), and I believe this is the one showstopper that keeps me from using kde4 more.

This is what I do:
Code:
telinit 3
rm -r /home/jan/.kde
telinit 4
login as user jan
<alt><F1> opens the K menu
logout
login
<alt><F1> opens the K menu
change language to dutch
<alt><F1> opens the K menu
logout
login
<alt><F1> no longer opens the K menu

Has anyone had the same problem?
Where could I start looking for a problem?
 
  


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