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(2014/08/11 11:53), T. R. Valentine wrote:
On 10 August 2014 21:13, Thomas <> wrote:
Good morning
AFAIK, F11 brings up the Styles menu on both Ubuntu & Mint.
No. I just made a clean install of Mint 17.
Only Fn+F11 works
All the other key commands are apparently the same as they are under XFCE
From my first impression I would say, I like Mint better than XFCE.
BUT .... at the same time would love to be able to use all the shortcut keys I am used to.

(File) Tools / Customise - Keyboard tab, will let you look at all the keyboard shortcuts and change them.
Yes, I know.
What I would like to know is: is there a way of installing/importing ALL the shortcut key settings together?
Probably not.


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