Chapter 3.2.14 Shortcut Keys¶
Shortcut Keys is the program that manages the global hotkeys or keyboard shortcuts for Lubuntu.
The keyboard shortcuts are also managed by Openbox. Refer to Appendix F for more detail.
You can Modify a current keyboard shortcut by selecting the shortcut from the keyboard table, clicking the Modify button, then clicking on the shortcut button. A countdown will begin during which you should push the keyboard shortcut combination you want.
You can Remove a keyboard shortcut by selecting the shortcut from the keyboard table, and clicking the Remove button. To swap to shortcut keys you can select two shortcuts with
Control+ Left Click then left click on the Swap button.
You can Add a new keyboard shortcut clicking the Add button. The shortcut field will be blank, click the Shortcut button to start the countdown, then press the keyboard shortcut combination you want to assign. Write a short description of what the keyboard shortcut does, for example “start drop down terminal”, or “increases screen brightness” in the Description field. To make this execute a terminal command select the command radio button and enter the command.
To close shortcut keys press the
Lubuntu ships with version 0.14.1 of shortcut keys.
How to Launch¶
To launch Shortcut Keys from the menu. From LXQt configuration center use shortcut keys button which looks like 6 keyboard keys or from the command line run