Have you ever wanted to launch a program with a quick key combination, like Window Maker does?
Do you find it easier to hit control-space to get your terminal up rather than clicking on the panel icon?
Look no further; this is your program!
After you install this program, you will notice an extra setting dialog under keyboard bindings in the control panel. There, you can set a program to execute, set a macro to launch or set a URL to open. You can even set the program to search for open programs, instead of re-launching the same program.
After you configure it, all you have to do is run the khotkeys daemon. Most people execute it from the command line, or they add an application link under Autostart. You will then be able to quickly access your most commonly used applications with a quick keystroke.
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