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Repeated keybinding definitions aren't sequentially overridden in openbox

Posted 03-06-2017 at 10:05 PM by the dsc

Just in case someone is going crazy with it.

If some keybinding seems to have a strange behavior, like being associated with more than one thing or bringing up multiple instances of the same thing, then you may have the same key-binding being set more than once.

If it's a duplicate, it will do the thing it's set to do twice (or thrice... yeah), like opening two instances of the same application.

Sometimes, the same key can be specified multiple times with different labels; in my keyboard, "print screen" is "Print" and "0xff61".
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