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First, i tried strace parent processes like systemd and Xorg.bin, but i'm new to strace so i can't figure out. Then i thought it might related to permission issue (su -, sudo, ...etc). So i plan to press the shortcut key as root. So i quickly realized i can use sudo xdotool key Super+s to test it. Then what's surprising me it just works! So i try xdotool ...


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I had the same issue in mint 17 xfce (with both wm shortcuts like Ctrl-F1 and keyboard shortcuts like Alt-F2). I don't like the way how I fixed it but I could not find a better solution. First, I searched for all keyboard configuration files: $ locate xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts.xml ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts.xml ...


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This is very easy to do with commands. The commands for making those changes are, respectively, setxkbmap us, setxkbmap fr and setxkbmap es. I don't have experience with elementaryOS. If elementaryOS has a built-in keyboard shortcut manager that lets you define custom keybindings, assign keybindings to those commands using that. If it doesn't have a ...


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There is an unofficial patch that adds the -U option, where you can specify a "lazy" grab, and with the <Control>+<Alt> combination release the keyboard and mouse. However, this patch is not supported neither merged on the mainline of the sources: #121 Release keyboard grab with Ctrl-Alt. Pastie.org. Patch for 1.7 version of trdesktop ...


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I face the same issue. The magic trick is in the order of the keys. You have to: press and hold Ctrl press and release Shift release Ctrl If you release the Ctrl before Shift, or use any other order, you will face the issue. Pressing those keys together at the same time makes the order random. BTW. It doesn't depend on the WM at all. It seems to be ...


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You'll have to recompile, but this is not hard to fix. First, make clean. Edit mc-4.8.13/src/keybind-defaults.c. Find line 104/105: /* To access the directory hotlist */ {"HotList", "ctrl-backspace"}, Change that to: /* To access the directory hotlist */ {"HotList", "ctrl-\\"}, Configure as before and make && make install; done.



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