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How to remove shortcut key created with Ubuntu Tweak?
Not much time after I installed my ubuntu, I installed ubuntu tweak and added shortcut keys for the applications I used most. However, I wanted to remove a shortcut key and was not able to (the ...
Feb 26 '12 at 18:55
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