Joined: 13 Jun 2005
|Posted: Sun May 10, 2015 11:40 am Post subject: Start application with Meta+[num] in KDE
|I've put my terminal in the plasma bar at the bottom of the screen by checking "Show a lancher when not running".
Then I right-click that, bring up task manager settings, and go to keyboard shortcuts.
I click the wrench icon, and hit "Meta+1", which show up on the button. I hit apply, and again press "Meta+1".
I would now expect the terminal to start, but nothing happens. I try switching the shortcut to "Ctrl+A", but that makes no difference.
What am I missing?
Oh, wait, that setting is shared across the entire task manager, so the shortcut I set includes all the applications. I misunderstood where I was supposed to be setting the shortcut.
My question above still stands though.[/edit]