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Enabling keyboard shortcuts for custom applications in GNOME
This section describes how to enable a keyboard shortcut for starting a custom application in GNOME.
Open *Settings* and choose the *Devices* entry from the list:
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Earlier Fedora versions might not need this step.
Choose the *Keyboard* entry from the list and scroll down to the bottom of the list of keyboard shortcuts:
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Scroll down in the list of shortcuts and applications until you locate the application that you want to enable:
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Click on the entry.
A window for editing the shortcut appears:
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Click the *Set shortcut...* button.
A window for entering the keyboard shortcut appears:
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Press the key combination that should become the shortcut for starting the application.
As soon as you release the key combination, the window for entering the shortcut closes. The window for application name and command now displays the entered shortctut:
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Close the shortcut editing window.