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I want to set up global hotkeys in Audacious as follows. When I try and set these up it doesn't allow two mask keys.

  • Ctrl+Alt+Insert for play.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Home for pause.
  • Ctrl+Alt+End for stop.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Page Up for previous track.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Page Down for next track.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Up Arrow for volume up.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Down for volume down.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Left for skip back.
  • Ctrl+Alt+Right for skip forward.
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Is using the Gnome Shortcuts plug-in an option? – belacqua Jan 15 '11 at 22:00
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assuming you use gnome, just run gnome-keybinding-properties and configure to your taste

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