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    Default Programming a button for the terminal

    I have always set the terminal to a button on the keyboard (normally the Windows key), but KDE doesn't seem to have an option for it. I know it is possible since I have done it in GNOME and on older Linux versions, but how?

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    Default Re: Programming a button for the terminal

    Right click the Start button - Edit Menu
    Find the terminal and edit - here is a screen - set shortcut key and Save from top left
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    Default Re: Programming a button for the terminal

    Thanks alot, I would have never thought that was how to do it!

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    Default Re: Programming a button for the terminal

    Wow,

    I never would thought of using a shortcut key for anything.

    You just made me even more lazy.

    Take care,
    Barry.

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