Setting personalized ShortKeys in Xfce4 Terminal in LinuxLite (tested with 3.2)

Afaik, in newer versions of XFCE it’s possible to enable Menu Accelerators like in GTK+. LinuxLite 3.2 hasn’t this option enabled by default. For me i wanted that XFCE4 Terminal behaves like the gnome terminal, so i can move tabs using Shift+Ctrl+{PgUp|PgDown}.

The first step doing this is enabling the editable menu accelerators in the Settings:

Menu -> Settings -> SettingsManager -> Appearance -> Settings:
Activate “[] Enable editable accelerators”

see also: http://docs.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-settings/appearance#menu_and_buttons

Afterwards simply open a menu item and press the desired Keyboard Combination to be used as ShortKey. To remove it, use Backspace. I don’t know if you can undo this.

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