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Description of problem:
System -> Preferences -> Personal -> Keyboard Shortcuts -> Home folder
Whichever key combination I'll set for this function - it simply doesn't work. Works for other functions, but not for Home folder.
Personally, I have Super_L (Win key) assigned to do this, and initially I thought there was something wrong with that key itself. But when I assigned Super_L to any other function - then it works.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F9 initial release
Steps to Reproduce:
Set any key combination, and it simply don't work.
Pressing given key shortcut doesn't do anything.
Nautilus with ~/ should show up.
Used to work flawlessly since FC3. :)
Trying it with F12 here, works fine. But I was trying it in rawhide, not F9, so
it is conceivable that it has been fixed post-F9 and not (yet) backported.
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