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  • #11
    Originally posted by jaxxed View Post

    You're not really meant to use the start menu for much these days, other than for navigating to find an application. If you know what app you want, you just use krunner to launch it (<alt>+<F2> or the OSX style <space>+<b-slash>)
    Alt+F2 everytime I want to open an application seems very unintuitive and awkward.
    I didn't even know about that (and how am I supposed to know?).
    Pressing two keys, a key combination is many keys, and the keys are so far from reach other. Probably really bad for RSI.

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      Key combinations can be configured.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by uid313 View Post

        Alt+F2 everytime I want to open an application seems very unintuitive and awkward.
        I didn't even know about that (and how am I supposed to know?).
        Pressing two keys, a key combination is many keys, and the keys are so far from reach other. Probably really bad for RSI.
        actually I think that the osx space+alt works out of the box as well.

        the gnome launcher is a bit better forbui
        Last edited by jaxxed; 10-14-2015, 01:38 AM.

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