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XFCE4 has some customizable keyboard shortcuts configurable under Settings > Keyboard and Settings > Window Manager. But there are other keyboard shortcuts that I cannot find in these menus. For example, Shift+F10 simulates a right-click. I would like to change this to work with the built-in "context menu key" on my windows keyboard. How can I change this setting?
Apr 21, 2016 at 23:08
Settings Editor, select
xsettings on the left and unset or replace the value for
MenuBarAccel on the right, which should be set to
I believe, the button you are describing is usually called
xev in an xterminal to see what the xserver receives when you push your button.
Apr 4, 2017 at 14:43
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F10and built-in key on keyboard. At least works for me in Xfce 4.10 (Xubuntu 14.04). So far I haven't seen any issue the existing key combination interferes with the built-in key on keyboard. Is there any?