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    Default Please Map WinKey to K-menu

    I know this seems like a weeny windows thing to do in BT but it's really handy. When you're working on a laptop with no mouse, it's really handy to be able to hit the WinKey to open the K-Menu and arrow keys to move around/launch things.

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    yep....no pb.....

    K/sytem/settings/Regional & accessibility/keyboard shortcut/

    here you can map keys, the win key is recognized even in multikey mode.......

    so no pb under kde only.........;

    hope helps...
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    Thanks for the info, however, I wasn't asking how to do it. I was requesting that they do this as a "Feature" (hence the forum I posted to) so that when you boot from a BT CD it'd work and you wouldn't have to set it all the time.

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    yes i understand.............

    but if you use usb you can save your changes easily and auto.........

    you do the mods only one time, but i think it could be mapped by default....

    it will be a great help for mouseless users..............
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    Ok cool, just wanted to make sure we were on the same page and that someone actually knew that I wasn't just posting to the wrong forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thorin View Post
    Ok cool, just wanted to make sure we were on the same page and that someone actually knew that I wasn't just posting to the wrong forum.
    You'd think that a senior member with 580 + post would know where to post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=Xploitz=- View Post
    You'd think that a senior member with 580 + post would know where to post.
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    Thanks guys, just what I needed to start my Monday morning

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