Shortcut problem

Hello again,

I just installed the new fedora with the KDE spin off while previously I used Xubuntu. I am trying to make the usual "Ctr+Alt+ T " shortcut for the terminal that is now called the “Konsole”. However no matter how I try to do it, either directly from the Global shortcuts or customizing a new shortcut with the command “Konsole”.

However, when I try typing the shortcut nothing happens.

Where is the problem?

Thanks

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Good luck, and please keep us informed!

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the problem is your command. did you exactly set Konsole for Ctrl + Alt + T ?

note: try Alt + Space, that run a application menu.
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hi
i think you problem is set Command/URL
Because of you must enter

/bin/konsole

on the this Command/URL

after that for set shortcut you can use on the Tab Trigger
and set your shortcut :slightly_smiling_face:

coming from xfce and ubuntu I did not really know if it was a KDE or fedora related problem. I will keep the advice in mind however and thanks!

I have uploaded 2 screenshots that show how I have customized the shortcut and it still does not work

Does /usr/bin/konsole work by any chance? /bin/ is a symlink to /usr/bin/ so it shouldn’t make a difference in general, but one never knows how shortcuts are implemented and if they do symlinks properly.