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Can I define keyboard shortcuts using the Super key?

How can I reassign the keyboard shortcuts for the Unity "launcher" (in Ubuntu 11.10beta1) By default, the applications in the launcher are assigned Super-1, Super-2, etc. I would like to use those key combinations for more common activities, and so would like to set the launcher to use Shift-Super-1, etc. I can not find any configuration setting in Unity or the Compiz Settings Manager.

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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, Oli Oct 12 '11 at 11:05

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I believe these shortcuts are hardcoded into Unity in Ubuntu 11.10, so without editing the source code and recompiling, this won't be possible.

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