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Hi :)
It's not clear which DE is being used in Mint.  I'm guessing it's the
"default one" but i'm not sure which that is.  Mint seems to make it easy
to choose which DE, so it might still be Xfce on Mint but my guess is it's
more likely to be a Gnomeish one like Mate or Cinamon (or Gnome itself!).
Regards from
Tom :)

On 13 August 2014 14:48, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:

On 08/13/2014 08:24 AM, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:

(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.


The ".config/libreoffice" hidden folder is where such things are saved.
I do not know which config file stores the keyboard commands you use to

I cannot go from Mint 16 to 17 [MATE] due to printer dependency issues.  2
of the Canon PIXMA inkjet printers I have will not install properly due to
needed dependencies that Mint 17 and/or Ubuntu 14.04 upgraded and the
printer install files will not use the "version 5 update" since they
"require" version 4 - which the number "4" is part of the dependency's name.

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