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Assign Custom Shortut Keys

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  • Started 7 years ago by triplemaya
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triplemaya
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I find I cannot assign a shortcut to <Ctrl><Alt>Delete which is what I want to do. I'm using Ubuntu 8.10 and <Ctrl><Alt>Delete brings up the Log Out dialog, but this is not listed anywhere I can find in the gconf-editor. I'd be very grateful if anyone can tell me the trick.

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