I would like to customize some keystrokes in gnome-shell and I have two problems:
- I would like to have
Shift+Enterlaunch Emacs but gnome-shell doesn't want me to use this shortcut. How can I overpass it and use it anyway?
- I have a multimedia wheel which works out of the box and allows me to change the volume. However, I don't like it and want to use instead some keystrokes. I want to use
Ctrl+PageDownto increase and decrease the volume. I tried to use
amixer "-q set Master 5%- unmute"and
amixer "-q set Master 5%+ unmute"which work for a terminal (without a notification which is a little issue). I can add the two shortcuts in gnome-settings interface but they will not work.
- In the same kind of shortcut, I would like to replace "next" and "previous" button by "mpc next" and "mpc prev". I tried to do this but when I hit "replace", nothing happens and the default shortcut stays the same...
Any idea? Is there another way to set the shortcuts than the gnome-settings interface (I did look in dconf-editor without luck)?