use your laptop-specific keyboard shortcuts without Fn key

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – I was constantly annoyed on my laptop that I must press the Fn key too to set brightness, volume and stuff. So I thought about remapping of these functions directly to F1-12, this way you don't need to press the Fn key too ... But what if you want to use the normal function of a Function key?So I made up something. It's very half-baked and amateur, but it works :) It's for XFCE, but I'm sure you can do it easily on openbox too. The heart of the system is this little bash script: #!/bin/bash #This script swaps 2 xfce keyboard shortcut config files # cd /home/$USER/.config/x (HowTos)