Alpha-Geek wrote:There's not much "fiddling" needed. Open "Control Center", select "Keyboard Shortcuts", in the "Desktop" section edit the "Show the Panel Menu" to use the "Windows (Super-L) key.
As you say, it's easy to do.. But I think it would be a nice custom feature.
Keyboard Shortcuts application should be improved to allow [anykey]+[anykey], currently you can only do multi-key shortcuts which start with a few keys (eg. ctrl), for example you can't do Super-L+M = show the desktop/minimise all.