Re: Gnome 3 keybindings in source ? Where are ctrl-c … (cut, copy and paste) defined?

On 01/13/2017 04:51 PM, Alexandre Fouché wrote:

Hi all,

After upgrading and got last version of Gnome+Wayland, it kind of mostly broke Autokey (even login with Gnome3 on Xorg). After so much time spent trying to get Command+c to copy instead of Control+c (i use a Mac keyboard and frequently switch computers), i am at a point where i am about to get rid of Gnome 3 altogether, just because it does not allow me to redefine Cut Copy and Paste keyboard shortcuts. Those who like me spend most of their time working in Terminal will understand.

I think my last chance is simply to edit the source code (Gnome3, Wayland, or wherever this is) and recompile the package, but i searched and searched and was unable to find where the keyboard shorcuts or keybindings were set !

Does anyone here knows, or has pointers ?

I don't have a Mac running gnome, so can't test this for you, but I've used this for custom keybindings:

Click the down arrow in the upper-right corner of the screen, then click on the settings icon (the wrenches) in the lower-left of the pop-up.  Another window will pop up.  Select "Keyboard"; then inside of that click "Shortcuts" in the top bar.  Then click "Custom Shortcuts" at the bottom of the list on the left.  Click on the "+" to create a new keybinding.  The rest should be intuitive.

hope this helps.

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