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comment Change the behavior of the capslock key
Yes that is how I did that part too. It would be really nice to be able to press it once then follow with an other key instead of holding it down and pressing an other key. Maybe it is just me who thinks that is a good idea, dunno.
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asked Change the behavior of the capslock key
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revised X Server crashes everytime a touchpad, mouse or Wacom is used
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comment Single instance of the GNOME Terminal?
In all honestly… I don't know how to do that. I’ve looked at default applications and didn't see terminal. Also I'm convinced that the previous version of Ubuntu had text-fields where commands could be entered. This version of default apps is all drop down menus.