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Old 8th August 2011, 04:08 PM
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F15 DvD inst LXDE: FN+PrtSc does not work

Heyas

While FN (that blueish button between ctrl+winbutton) + End (PrtSc) was working on Gnome and KDE, it doesnt work with LXDE.

Now i am pretty confused how can i do screenshots with LXDE?

I change the DE at Login. Therefor i expected such commands (Key-press) to work through all DE's installed
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