Re: [kde-linux] How do you disable Access Keys in Konqueror?



Thank you for your help, Anne.

KDE calls them "Access Keys." They're those boxes that pop up over links in
Konqueror if you hit the Ctrl key so you can navigate through web pages
without using the mouse.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_keys explains how access keys work and
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=124218 lists some of the people who abhor
them. Basically, if you're like me and use keyboard shortcuts such as ctrl+x,
ctrl+a, ctrl+s when you type in web pages, then you've invariably 'clicked' on
links you didn't mean to, sent unfinished webmails, or lost a form you were
filling out.

With thanks
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