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Edit /etc/X11/Xsession.options (on my machine, Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS) and comment out use-ssh-agent
It is possible to combine two keybinds into one but a better way to express it would be to want to combine two actions under one keybind. However, in the specific case I described, there is a problem. Let's say I have one text editor, Leafpad, open. And Leafpad is decorated. While Leafpad is in focus, I run: <!-- Launch gedit --> <keybind ...
You can find a working guide here: http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php/Openbox:_Control_Screen_Brightness_Using_the_Keyboard You have to have installed xbacklight program, on Fedora 18: sudo yum install xbacklight
This is cannot be achieved without source modification according to: http://icculus.org/pipermail/openbox/2013-May/007960.html However there are 2 walkarounds: one above from Varl0ck one with wmctrl + xbindkeys apps, like: http://icculus.org/pipermail/openbox/2013-May/007963.html
Yes, Gnome and KDE provide some of their own keyboard shortcuts in addition to the ones provided by their respective WMs. However, this may not mean what you think. The fact that Fn + UpArrow produces the keysym XF86AudioRaiseVolume is mainly due to your laptop's keyboard. You can verify this by using xev again (in the Openbox environment); It should have ...
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