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Old 10-09-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
jimerickso
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kde-4.1.2 & gnome-screenshot


yesterday i installed kde-4.1.2. an excellent desktop i must say. only one problem-- every time i try to scroll with the up arrow key an instance of gnome-screensaver opens up. this is preventing me from being able to scroll through my bash history-- not good. i checked in gnome system-->preferences-->keyboard shortcuts and it says gnome-screenshot is bound to ctrl + print. so why is it appearing in kde when i press the up arrow key? i am not interested in screeshots and would be happy with it disabled. can any one help me with this?? thank you!
 
  


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