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rc.xml Keybind question [Solved]

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http://crunchbang.org – You COULD, if you wanted really wanted to. You'd need two rc.xml files, rc.xml.1 and rc.xml.2. 1 contains your normal keybindings, and 2 contains the numpad insert screenshot keybinding. When your DE loads, tell your system to softlink 1 to rc.xml. When you launch whichever application you're referring to, tell your system to remove the softlink from 1 to rc.xml, then to softlink 2 to rc.xml, then to reload/reconfigure your rc.xml. This could be done w a script you've bound to the keybind you use to launch the application, or by at least somewhat globally aliasing the command us (HowTos)