dotancohen at gmail.com
Mon Dec 18 14:07:42 GMT 2006
On 18/12/06, Juan Carlos Torres <carlosdgtorres at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 18 December 2006 21:02, Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > For instance, CTRL-ב should be recognized as CTRL-C for "copy". I
> > don't want to remap all the shortcuts in all the applications
> > (including non-KDE apps such as Firefox). Is this maybe an X.org
> > issue, and should I maybe ask there?
> Some of the basic, common keyboard shortcuts, like Copy, Cut, Paste, etc., can
> be globally set in System Settings -> Keyboard & Mouse -> Keyboard
> Shortcuts -> Application Shortcuts tab. All KDE apps will follow those,
> unless you set something entirely different for the app.
Actually, I tried that and it didn't work (not for Kmail and Firefox,
anyway). I set the Hebrew shortcuts as alternative shortcuts, but
actually performing them had no effect.
I'd like for CTRL-AnythingInHebrew to be seen as CTRL-ItsEnglishEquivilent.
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