Somehow (fat fingers) I got the letter "p" assigned to "Select All" in Gnome Terminal's keyboard shortcuts. But when I go to edit the keyboard shortcuts under the Gnome Terminal Edit menu, there is no entry for "Select All" (only Copy and Paste). I tried to look for a file under ~/.gnome and ~/.gnome2 where these settings are saved, but couldn't find anything. How do I get this reset back to normal?

asked 27 Sep '10, 14:40

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Mouse over the Edit/Select All menu item and it whatever key-combo you want to remap to Select All, such as ctl-alt-v.

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answered 27 Dec '10, 16:48

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