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couldn't you add custom shortcuts?? If that wasn't possible or didn't work you might want to change the keybindings of your vmbox. You'll need to do the following: Install xbindkeys sudo apt-get install xbindkeys Xbindkeys is a very versatile program that lets you remap keys very easily. It uses a config file, my default located in your home directory, ...
It is a bug, see here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libreoffice/+bug/1246583 Should be fixed in next version I can add I have the same issue in UBUNTU 13.10 with Apache openoffice 4.0.1
You can do this through the dconf-editor. If you do not already have it installed, you can install it with: sudo apt-get install dconf-editor Navigate to org >> gnome >> desktop >> input-sources Click in the setting, xkb-options and add 'compose:lwin' inside the square brackets. The single quotes are required. If other options are already there, the ...
Ok, I solved the problem. You must add the command: setxkbmap de in the Autostart of the User. Adding Autostart in Ubuntu To open a menue for that in Ubuntu, you must type the command: gnome-session-properties And now you can add the command in the list
The Ubuntu installer allows you to choose from several different languages, Norwegian is one of them. The same goes for keyboard layouts, so typing with Norwegian keys is no problem either. The installer will also offer to install Ubuntu in addition to any existing OS like your Windows. As for your last question, Ubuntu comes with a package management ...
I finally found the way to do this after hours of tests and fails :D First of all install guile libs and xautomation: sudo apt-get install guile-1.8-libs xautomation Then head to the Shortcut tab of Keyboard section in Ubuntu System Settings. First go to Screenshots entry and remap the actions to another key or disable them if you want. I ...
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