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ChrisBuchholz
October 30th, 2010, 09:17 AM
Hey guys,

I wonder if GNOME have this very cool shortcut feature where, no matter if it is a GNOME-bundled application or a third-party, you can open up the settings/edit/configuration for that particular app by pressing a keyboard combination?

Mac OS X has it in the form of Cmd+, and KDE also has it, although I dont remember what the default is for that. Does our beloved GNOME have it? It would be so rat if it does, or if it is possibly to enable.

xjesse
October 30th, 2010, 12:52 PM
You can set a hot-key to start up gnome-control-center. :KS

I don't think there's one by default unfortunately.

ChrisBuchholz
October 31st, 2010, 08:37 AM
You can set a hot-key to start up gnome-control-center. :KS

I don't think there's one by default unfortunately.

I am sorry if I didnt explain me right. What I am looking for is a "hot-key" to the active application's settings dialog.