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 PostPost subject: Map Super key to Win key        Posted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 7:22 pm 
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When i looked to see what was the Super key in a windows keyboard, everyone said it was the win key, but when i press the win key, i get the k menu. So how do i map it?

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The Super key is the Windows key. What do you need the Super key for?


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I need it for Compiz-Fusion, But if i try to map it there, it comes up as menu key.

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Dr Eggman wrote:
I need it for Compiz-Fusion, But if i try to map it there, it comes up as menu key.

The Windows key is supposed to bring up the KDE menu (and thus may be called Menu key). So, first try to remap it in KDE and then reassign it for Compiz-Fusion.


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