Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1004361
Not able to assign the f10 key to an application
Last modified: 2015-02-17 12:03:41 EST
Created attachment 793671 [details]
Picture of what I get when pressing f10
Description of problem:
When running lxterminal, the function key f10 opens the lxterminal menu, and there appears to be no way to disable or reassign this.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open lxterminal
2. Depress the f10 key (no shift, no control, no alt)
The lxterminal menu is displayed, the running application cannot act upon this key.
There should be a way to disable the behavior, or to change the key assigned to it. In particular, it should be customizable as the "Microsoft" menu key.
In the Preference > Advanced menu of lxterminal, there is a choice "Disable menu shortcut key (F10 by default)". I cannot find a similar choice for the unshifted f10 (nor where the current behavior is documented).
I need the f10 key for an application which should appear the same as on Windows, Solaris and former Linux (and guess what, this behavior is not customizable either in the application).
Well, I found that by enabling "Hide menu bar" in the Preference menu bar in lxterminal, this also disables the f10 unwanted behavior. Not exactly what i wanted, but I can do that way until the matter is fixed.
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