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Thread: [SOLVED] What is the gsettings schema for Settings > Universal Access > Sounds Keys

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    [SOLVED] What is the gsettings schema for Settings > Universal Access > Sounds Keys

    I'm using Ubuntu 19.04 and currently trying to enable the sound keys from a command line but not sure where to look for the schema. At first, I thought it was gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.sound event-sounds "true" but I don't think that was it. I've tried to browse for it throughout dconf-editor but still has no idea where it's at; not to mention googled for the information many times. Thanks in advance!

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    Re: What is the gsettings schema for Settings > Universal Access > Sounds Keys

    Use the Settings Dialog, not dconf-editor:
    Settings > Universal Access > Seeing> Sound Keys > On/Off

    To find Settings Dialog, type 'Settings' in overview screen search.

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    Re: What is the gsettings schema for Settings > Universal Access > Sounds Keys

    Code:
    gsettings list-recursively | grep -i sound
    Looks like no gsetting available.

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    Re: What is the gsettings schema for Settings > Universal Access > Sounds Keys

    It's the a11y settings.
    Specifically it's org.gnome.desktop.a11y.keyboard togglekeys-enable.
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    Re: What is the gsettings schema for Settings > Universal Access > Sounds Keys

    The previous dude who replied about Settings Dialog obviously didn't read my post...

    Quote Originally Posted by deadflowr View Post
    It's the a11y settings.
    Specifically it's org.gnome.desktop.a11y.keyboard togglekeys-enable.
    Hey, man! Thanks so much for this. I've been looking for this more than a week now and finally found it.

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