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Override hotkeys in KDE
  • From: <anuradha.vembu@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 14:15:46 +0530
  • Message-id: <7BCD17BB75C4464D866EB5A20D5E889ED555CA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi,



Thanks for the support till now. I have a GUI based application (Qt) in
which I have defined some shortcuts like - Ctrl+ Function keys, Ctrl+
Tab, Alt+F1, Alt+F2... etc. They are mapped to some other functionality
in SuSe KDE (3.2) by default (For e.g., Ctrl+ Tab is minimizing all the
windows). Is there any way to override these default key mappings?



In Google search I found the link
(http://bdn.borland.com/article/borcon/files/6202/paper/6202.html
<http://bdn.borland.com/article/borcon/files/6202/paper/6202.html>
chapter 9 -> KDE stealing hot-keys) which said that with Scroll lock
enabled, the default hotkeys will not function; but it is not working
with my application.

The Ctrl+Fx keys combination is working in Gnome environment. Any
suggestion to override the default key mappings in KDE, so that the
shortcuts I have defined would function would be of great help to me.



Thanks in advance



/Anuradha






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