Where do you find the source code of application that allows you to customize the keyboard shortcut that is built into ubuntu? The application that I am talking about is shown in the image below.
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This is not an exclusive package. The keyboard shortcuts-layout..etc is part of package
See it for your self. Open a terminal (CTRL+ALT+T) and issue the following
apt-cache show gnome-settings-daemon
and read the description.
Description-en: daemon handling the GNOME session settings This package contains the daemon which is responsible for setting the various parameters of a GNOME session and the applications that run under it. It handles the following kinds of settings: . * Keyboard: layout, accessibility options, shortcuts, media keys * Clipboard management * Theming: background, icons, GTK+ applications * Cleanup of unused files * Mouse: cursors, speed, accessibility options * Startup of other daemons: screensaver, sound daemon * Typing break . It also sets various application settings through X resources and freedesktop.org XSETTINGS.
So if you want to do something with the settings, I guess you should download the source code of