Hello. I'm using VL 7.0 with XFCE. I'm wondering how I can set up a keybinding to open the menu -- IE, in Windows the special Windows key or pressing Ctrl-Alt-Esc would be the same as using the mouse to press the Start button. So, I'm hoping to set up some sort of key binding to allow a keyboard press, like the special Windows key, to be the same as pressing the Menu button with the mouse.
Under Settings, I did find the Keyboard option (Menu/Settings/Keyboard/Application Shortcuts) but I'm unsure what command is equal to pressing the Menu button. I'm also unsure what the notation for the Windows key is (IE, the Alt key is <Alt>, and the Ctrl key seems to be <Control>...is it mod4?). Also, in playing around with the Application Shortcuts of the Keyboard, it didn't allow me to add anything. I would press the "+ Add" button, and it requested a command, but did not give me the option of specifying the Shortcut. I also tried the Menu Editor, to see if I could glean a bit more information about the Keyboard option within Settings, but it didn't seem to list it.
I did a search, and found this post
, which was interesting, but I'd rather not screw around with the systems xmodmap. That just seems like overkill. I figure I really should just be able to easily add a keybinding via the Settings Keyboard manager, but, as I mentioned before, it seems blocked to me for some reason.
But I digress. Anyway, if anyone knows how I can set up the aforementioned keybinding (or any keybinding with the Settings Keyboard manager), please let me know.