I like to have default Ubuntu shortcuts available in my Kubuntu, but I don't want to assign them all manually, I mean a way to import them from Ubuntu.
For Example I want ^+Meta+T which opens the Terminal or ^+Meta+NumPad to resize windows.
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I think you have to assign them manually. As far as I know there is no such possibility to import the Ubuntu keyboard shortcuts directly.
But I had a similar problem creating a keyboard shortcut(ksc) to open my konsole with the ksc Control+Alt+t so I started searching and came up with the following solution:
sudo apt-get install xbindkeys xautomation
Control+Alt + t
ln -s /usr/bin/xbindkeys xbindkeys
If you want to find out the name of a key, just enter following command in the terminal
xbindkeys -kand press any key or combination.
there is an easier solution using KDE native configuration tools here: