Interesting find, doesn't look very user friendly though (I've only
watched the screencast, looked weird to me).

On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 2:26 PM, David Reimer <djrei...@gmail.com> wrote:
> There is a small, fast, simple keybinding utility for Lubuntu available:
>
> http://code.google.com/p/obkey/
>
> I wonder what the thinking might be on whether it (or something like
> it) should get bundled into a Lubuntu base install?
>
> With Lubuntu's new and growing popularity (I'm among the recent,
> grateful converts), it seems reasonable to think of small enhancements
> that will make the migration a little easier. There has been a fair
> bit of call in the Ubuntu forums for some simple GUI means of editing
> the applications menu, for example.
>
> Making assignments to keys is another one of those tasks that is
> easily done in other OS's, but non-trivial in Lubuntu. With obkey,
> there is already a solution to hand. It needs some documentation, but
> that is more easily done than the coding!
>
> Any reactions/responses welcome (even if to tell this new but
> enthusiastic use that there is a better place to raise this sort of
> question).
>
> Best wishes from a very wet and windy Scotland,
>
> David [djreimer | dajare]
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