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Keyboard shortcut must be re-created after every reboot.


Description Shawn Milo 2013-10-07 16:27:20 CEST
I have duplicated this in the 64-bit versions of Xubuntu 13.04 and Ubuntu Server 13.04, so I believe the problem is in xfce4.


1. Go to settings / window manager / keyboard.

2. Set "<Super>q" as the shortcut for close window. Test, it works (close windows by holding the "super/command/Windows" key and pressing the letter "q."

3. Reboot.

The key combination no longer works for closing windows. Go to the window manager settings again, and you will see that "<Super>q" is still set. The config file does not appear to be altered, either:


Clicking on the option and manually hitting the key combination to set it again apparently does nothing -- it does not visually change the setting -- but the command now once again works for closing windows. Until the next reboot.
Comment 1 Git Bot editbugs 2020-05-29 11:57:35 CEST
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Bug #10394

Reported by:
Shawn Milo
Reported on: 2013-10-07
Last modified on: 2020-05-29


Olivier Fourdan
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