On 06/04/2016 08:28 AM, Dale Manolakas wrote:
> Thanks for the info. 
>     On Saturday, June 4, 2016 1:20 AM, MasterBooth <for...@gimpusers.com> 
> wrote:
>  >I think the binding for F1 might be in your window manager / OS rather
>> than the GIMP.  I would check the keyboard shortcut configuration menu
>> for your window manager ("Windows", Gnome, or etc), and unset F1 if it
>> is used there.
> Thanks - it probably is the OS overwriting my GIMP shortcut. I use Windows 10
> and have just spent several houres tying to find out how to disable F1 (or all
> fn keys). Looks like it can't be done simply in Windows, you need to go to
> advanced startup and look for it in UEFI. I have done that after watching and
> reading tutorials, went through the complete menus of my AsRock UEFI but
> couldn't find the place to disable fn keys. This is really annoying, I have
> spent far more time on it than I should have and no results still :(

Damn.  A window manager shortcut was interfering with the GIMP on my
system a while back, it took me about three minutes to set that right,
because Linux.

Toss another rock on the mountain weighing down the "Free Software" side
of the scales.


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