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===== Adding A Global Shortcut Key ===== By Rill Sometimes you want to have a shortcut key to perform a command you use frequently. Here's how To add a shortcut key: For Vinux 3x: - Open the menu. Press "Alt+F1". - Navigate to ">System->Preferences->Keyboard Shortcuts. - Press "enter". For Vinux 4x: - Open the Launcher. Press "Alt+F1". - Navigate to System settings and press "Enter". - Navigate to Keyboard and press "Enter". - - Tab to the "add" button. Press "enter". - Type a name for your shortcut. For the BlueFish Editor program you might type one of the following:<code> blue Bluefish BlueFish Editor </code> - Press tab. - Type the command you want to execute with your shortcut key. In our example, you would type:<code> /usr/bin/bluefish </code> - Tab to "Apply" - Press "Enter". - Scroll down the list again to the bottom and find the name you entered. - Right arrow once to the shortcut column. - Press "enter". - Type the shortcut key you wish to use. In our example, you might type:<code> Ctrl+Alt+b </code> - Tab to the "Close" button. Voila. You have a shortcut key for your application.

shortcut_key.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/11 22:47 (external edit)