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How can I get keyboard shortcuts working for Tomboy? [closed]
For some reason the Tomboy keyboard shortcuts aren't working for me in 11.04. I've tried disabling/enabling them in the preferences window, setting them to different keys, nothing works. Also, ...
May 13 '11 at 12:33
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