A coding question

Johnny Rosenberg gurus.knugum at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 15:24:42 UTC 2011

I am not sure what you tried, but I would try this for a start
(already suggested but without any details, if I didn't miss
something), and I have Ubuntu 10.10 (in Swedish, so some of my
translations to English may not be exactly as the original English
1. System → Preferences → Keyboard shortcuts
2. Highlight something in the dialogue that popped up, for example ”Next track”.
3. The Shortcut column of the highlighted row should now display
something like ”New shortcut…”. Now press the appropriate button on
your Saitek. The text ”New shortcur…” should now change to something
else, in my case I used my keyboard and it now reads ”XF86AudioNext”,
but on your system it could be something completely different.
4. If nothing happened or if the same text that was there previously
is displayed, then you know this was not the right way to go,
otherwise continue with the next button from step 2.

Something like that anyway. I'm not sure if this can be done the same
way with Ubuntu 11.04, at least step 1 would be different, but it
might be just as easy.

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

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