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I searched the archives for some solution to my problem, but couldn't
find any, so if I overlooked it, please point me to the appropriate thread.
I'm using inkscape on KDE with a qwertz (german) keyboard layout.
Some shortcuts, like "#" to toggle the grid, don't work, as the
corresponding key differs from the US qwerty layout.
As the default.xml contains the right bindings (didn't change anything
there), I think it's gtk that doesn't get tha mapping right. Is there
some viable way to adapt the gtk settings to my keyboard layout?
Of course I could learn the US layout for the shortcuts or alter the
keybindings in the default.xml, but both workarounds seem to be a bit of
an overkill just to use the default shortcuts.
And I'm not quite fond of installing a whole Gnome just to have a
Control Center where I can change the keyboard layout.
thanks in advance