Keyboard shortcuts not working ( mint 14 cinnamon )

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Re: Keyboard shortcuts not working ( mint 14 cinnamon )

Postby roblm on Sun Jun 02, 2013 4:48 pm

Perhaps the best solution is to upgrade to Mint 15 Cinnamon. Making custom keyboard shortcuts works fine.
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Re: Keyboard shortcuts not working ( mint 14 cinnamon )

Postby dowcet on Fri Aug 30, 2013 11:43 am

roblm wrote:Making custom keyboard shortcuts works fine.


Not for me. I am running Linux Mint 15, and custom keyboard shortcuts worked ok at first, but everything is behaving screwy on me now. :cry:
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Re: Keyboard shortcuts not working ( mint 14 cinnamon )

Postby AngeloGomes on Thu Sep 05, 2013 5:38 pm

It seems that the problem is not related to cinammon only. Mate on Mint 15 is driving crazy, because after re-assigning the shortcut keys to change to other desktops it simply breaks the funcionality.
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Re: Keyboard shortcuts not working ( mint 14 cinnamon ) [SOL

Postby Enkidu on Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:25 pm

goinglinux wrote:It's fixed in Mint 15 Cinnamon. Thankyou Mint development team!

  • Cinnamon Settings>Switch to Advanced Mode>Keyboard>Keyboard shortcuts>Custom Shortcuts>Add custom shortcut
  • Enter a name and choose a command to run
  • Click "unassigned" twice
  • Press the key combination you want to assign to your shortcut


I am using Cinnamon 2.0.14 on Linuxmint 13 Maya.

But I am not able to change screenshot application. "Print" always uses default/builtin screenshot application. But I want to use HotShots instead. Has someone a hint for me?

I already tried
  • add /usr/share/applications/keyboard-settings.desktop
  • to (un)set via "gnome-control-center keyboard"
  • to set shortcut like written above
  • use gconf-editor

But still that damned default screenshot application catches the shortcut! >:(

Any idea? Everything is welcome!

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