For a while now I have been assigning some of my personal shell scripts to keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu (by going through Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts and assigning them under Custom).
After upgrading to 15.10 however, I can no longer run shell scripts from keybaord shortcuts this way. Has the syntax changed, or are there new requirements? Previously, it had been enough for me to set the command as
~/myscript.sh, but this no longer works.
My script has executable permissions, and running it from the command line is no problem. I have tried:
./myscript.sh /home/me/myscript.sh bash /home/me/myscript.sh sh /home/me/myscript.sh
Among many other combinations of paths and commands. None of these have any response, and all of them work fine when pasted directly into the terminal. I have also tried assigning the script to other key combinations, but none of them have any response (though the key combinations themselves work fine if I assign another command that is not a shell script).
Running scripts this has been a crucial part of my daily workflow, so any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!