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  • "dnevistic" started this thread

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Location: Woodinville, WA

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Monday, February 26th 2007, 5:42am

Key Bindings

Hey, I am new to the forum, and had a quick question about keyboard bindings.

I have a program, call it myProgram that I wrote in TCL. What I am wondering is: How can I create a global keyboard shortcut in kde so that I can access it at anytime? What I would prefer would be to be able to press say F5 when there is any program open, and still have this program be run. If that is not possible though, C-u or something to that effect would be OK. As long as it is global so that I can access it when any program is running in the forground.

Thanks! ?(
Daniel Nevistic
Senior, Electrical Engineering
University of Washington


Monday, February 26th 2007, 9:29am

you can add the application to k-menu with kmenuedit and then assign a keyboard shortcut to it.
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