if the key code is wrong, or there is no keypress event, or the key only works once and then the desktop gets "stuck", install the "evtest" package, run sudoevtest, select I guess it's because 15.10 is still an Alpha Version... Super + e), the combination is not accepted. Karl J. this contact form
I just meant Super . It is best left to the developers to decide whether a slightly different symptom is actually caused by the same bug. Hosted by Red Hat. Then i changed it to different combination 3. you can try this out
If not, then I suggest you open a separate bug report. The answer is, devs are the only ones capable of deciding which problems are related, and which aren't. "Apart Doug McMahon (mc3man) wrote on 2012-04-01: #10 On 04/01/2012 04:00 AM, Lucazade wrote: > @mc3man > tried to fix shortcuts from system settings but open terminal with ctrl+alt+t > works only Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Dependencies.txt (edit) ProcEnviron.txt (edit) Add attachment Remote bug watches gnome-bugs #659899 [RESOLVED OBSOLETE] Edit Bug watches keep track of this Now it works perfectly!
In some cases, hotkeys are communicated correctly to X but applications are listening for them as dbus events generated by hal. Better/cleaner to update workaround info there. Karl J. Assigning keys worked at first, and the shortcut seem to work randomly after boot.
Others did not. Gnome Custom Shortcuts Not Working Woman goes to jail and a student helps her learn to read Isn't the BBC being extremely irresponsible in describing how to authenticate an account-related email? Seems to be only the keybindings in the compiz gnome compatibility section that are affected. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2282598 f.e.
Commoner (commoner51) wrote on 2015-05-24: #65 The solution suggested by gazhai (#52) worked for me, too. As is hinted at briefly at the bottom of this thread, there seems to be a bad gnome configuration. My scenario today was using gnome-terminal: I couldn't copy the selection without some finger yoga, when my thumbs are already on "Super/cmd" because of Super+tab, Super as overview trigger, etc... --DiegoEscalanteUrrelo Click the + to add a new one, enter this, and click 'Apply': Then click 'Disabled', and press Ctrl+Alt+T to assign that keyboard shortcut.
gazhay (gazhay) wrote on 2014-04-25: #24 Still no joy with ccsm, although I may have identified more of the issue. When this happens, shutdown/restart/logging out takes ages as well. Ubuntu Custom Shortcuts Not Working Log out of your account and back in. Gnome Keyboard Shortcuts It solves most settings issues related to GUI and desktop issues.
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed weblink I added the XF86 prefix and they now work. Lukas (lukas.s) wrote on 2015-04-08: #20 I can confirm that shortcuts in the repository version does not work on Ubuntu 14.10. How to add a phrase-less key to ssh agent?
How to add a phrase-less key to ssh agent? Offline #7 2014-09-28 18:22:19 bullotsky Member Registered: 2014-08-26 Posts: 5 Re: [Solved] Gnome 3.12 - Custom Keyboard Shortcuts don't work markzz wrote:bullotsky wrote: I would like to tie it to the Is there an application that could do the same thing as logout-login? navigate here Note that the description of how to reproduce the bug is specifically about custom ones.
I have double-checked to make sure that the command for each shortcut is correct. The Zesty release schedule can be found here Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 11 Thread: Shortcut Keys Not Working Thread Tools Show There's an option to be set, to let you log out in the way you described.
Now, manually bind shortcut using CCSM works for me. I've added libxfce4ui instead, although it needs to have a bug opened for it upstream for anyone to be notified. Heimen Stoffels (vistaus) wrote on 2016-07-30: #46 This bug is still somewhat present. Martin Spacek (mspacek) wrote on 2014-07-05: #38 FYI, suspending and resuming didn't fix the issue for me, but logging out and back in did.
Dex, can you please explain how the workaround work? But they might be related? Alexander Buchner (alexander-buchner) wrote on 2015-03-03: #15 @khalismur The versions of the packages you mentioned in #12 are not available in the stable repositories. http://searchwebmedia.com/not-working/gnome-screenshot-not-working.html Xmodmap > > In a terminal. > My keys are still working after several reboots. > I should have read "had xmodmap generate a new .Xmodmap" instead of "Made the system…".
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