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    Question KDE4.1 default keystroke list?

    Installing a new OpenSuSE 11.1, the patch updates borked my mouse driver, so I now need to roll the driver back.

    Aside from that issue (yes, if anyone has a specific procedure to recommend I'd like that, too), I discovered that the typical keyboard navigation keystrokes I normally use in Windows don't all work in KDE, I was also surprised I couldn't Google up a reference that simply lists the navigation keystrokes in KDE 4.1...

    Does anyone know where one might exist?

    TIA,

    Tony

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    Default Re: KDE4.1 default keystroke list?

    I'm running KDE 4.2.4 now, so I'm not sure about what was implemented with KDE 4.1, but have a look Configure Desktop (from menu) --> Keyboard and Mouse. Here you will see the standard and global keyboard shortcuts. You can make changes from here as well.

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    Default Re: KDE4.1 default keystroke list?

    Thx,
    I found what I needed

    ALT-F1 (KDE) = CTL-ESC (Win)

    I find it's remarkable I couldn't find a reference anywhere on the Internet, especially since it takes plenty of drilling through several panes to review all the Global shortcuts.

    Also, regarding my mouse driver issue, I found one other decent thread in the forums and took the bottom line advice... If this is a brand new install, then re-install.

    Tony

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