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Assigning/ changing keyboard behaviour

Postby daveinuk on Sun Jul 21, 2013 5:49 pm

Hi folks,

Recently installed Lubuntu on an old-ish toshiba satellite and just finding my way around . . . . . on my other laptop the left/right keys allow me to go back/forward
using firefox but on this it doesn't, don't know if that's a quirl of the laptop or the OS but i'd like to have it work that way if it's possible ???

I've searched a bit but not sure to look for as I've never had to do this before, is this key bindings i'm wanting to alter? I had a mooch around in the settings but I can't see what I think i should be looking for so figured it'd be quicker to ask here !

A pointer/ link to a how to for this edition would be fine :)

TIA

Dave
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Re: Assigning/ changing keyboard behaviour

Postby uzername on Sun Jul 21, 2013 7:39 pm

Isn't it Alt + Left and Right? Or does the Satellite have special nav keys like on a Thinkpad?
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Re: Assigning/ changing keyboard behaviour

Postby daveinuk on Mon Jul 22, 2013 4:45 pm

Thanks Uzername . . . . . . I shall now go download a manual . . . . . . . Not had a toshiba before so that's my excuse for the derp lol :)
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Re: Assigning/ changing keyboard behaviour

Postby uzername on Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:59 pm

YW, but no need for a manual, I think. That's pretty standard behavior on most browsers, I believe. 8)
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