My keyboard, like many others, has special "power buttons" to fire up a web browser, calculator, e-mail etc. Can I change the function of the calculator button to start a different calculator than the default (gCalcTool)? I want to use SpeedCrunch.
I tried Keyboard Shortcuts, which describes the power button as "XF86Calculator", and Googling this tells me that other people have tried to do this too, such as http://www.thegoss.com.au/modules/pl...le.php/6484/b0
I tried using the method described here:
... using "XF86Calculator" as the key combination, but that didn't work either. I think this is just meant for regular <ALT> and <CTRL> key combinations.
There must be somewhere in Ubuntu (8.10) that controls what these power buttons do. Anyone have any ideas?