keybinding for acroread...

keybinding for acroread...

Post by fred » Fri, 04 Jun 2004 19:30:25



Hi all,

Is it possible to remap acroread keybinding ?
How can I do that ?

For example, I want to map Ctrl-R to do a "Go To Previous View",
my window manager already using Ctrl <-.
I didn't see anything that mention that in the FAQ.

Thanks in advance.

Cheers.

--
Fred.
 
 
 

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