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authorpknbe <pknbe>2009-10-01 05:13:42 +0000
committerpknbe <pknbe>2009-10-01 05:13:42 +0000
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faq.xml: Expanded question about key bindings, and other
minor edits across the FAQ. faq_001.xml: Ditto. faq_002.xml: Ditto. faq_003.xml: Ditto. faq_004.xml: Delete the obsolete file.
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@@ -102,7 +102,28 @@ widget_class &quot;*&quot; style &quot;default&quot;
- <para>That is very simple. Suppose you want to assign a
+ <para>Unlike Sylpheed 1.x, Sylpheed 2.x doesn&apos;t allow direct modification of the menu shortcuts by default. Nevertheless, you can use the following methods to configure them:</para>
+ <orderedlist>
+ <listitem>
+ <para><emphasis>Using GNOME 2.8 or later:</emphasis> run gconf-editor from <menuchoice>
+ <guimenu>Applications</guimenu>
+ <guisubmenu>System Tools</guisubmenu>
+ <guimenuitem>Configuration Editor</guimenuitem>
+ </menuchoice>. Select <menuchoice>
+ <guimenu>desktop</guimenu>
+ <guisubmenu>gnome</guisubmenu>
+ <guisubmenu>interface</guisubmenu>
+ </menuchoice> and check <guilabel>can-change-accels</guilabel> there.</para>
+ </listitem>
+ <listitem>
+ <para><emphasis>Using GNOME before 2.8, or other environments:</emphasis> add the following line to the file <filename>~/.gtkrc-2.0</filename> (or create a new one, if it doesn&apos;t exist):</para>
+ <programlisting>gtk-can-change-accels = 1</programlisting>
+ </listitem>
+ <listitem>
+ <para>When Sylpheed is not running, directly edit <filename>~/.sylpheed-2.0/menurc</filename> with a text editor.</para>
+ </listitem>
+ </orderedlist>
+ <para>After that, the key binding change itself is very simple. Suppose you want to assign a
shortcut key to a function, e.g. sending all mail
out should start when you press <keycombo>