"Make sense" keymap to launch gnome-system-monitor?
eapache at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 20:49:57 UTC 2008
I'm sure this debate has gone on before, but I'm in favour of stopping
Ctrl-Alt-Backspace from killing X because new users can press this by
accident. That combo would work if it was freed from its present duty.
On 2/6/08, Cory K. <coryisatm at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> Cory K. wrote:
> > Ubuntu Studio has decided to add a keymap to launch
> > Most windows users see this as a equivalent to Ctrl+Alt+Del. That is of
> > course already mapped and launches the logout dialog. So we decided to
> > use the keys KDE uses to launch their monitor. Ctrl+Esc. This works out
> > great in metacity but not so well in Compiz as both Ctrl and Esc are
> > "special" keys and cannot be used this way.
> > >From #compiz-fusion-dev: "maniac103: Escape == Cancel and Return ==
> > Commit (regardless of the modifiers) and cannot be used together"
> > So I'm asking what would possibly be a "make sense" keymap to use across
> > both Metacity and Compiz to use for gnome-system-monitor?
> > -Cory \m/
> Nothing? I also should say I need tested combinations that work not
> guessed examples. :)
> -Cory \m/
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