So you love your Linux machine, but you must have that one (or probably a few) Windows program working on your machine. You found what felt like a magic wand, and installed Wine. But when you go to use that favorite app, the shortcut keys you’re used to in the Windows world just don’t work here in Linux! So what do you do? We’ll show you how you can map and bind shortcut keys to your Wine program. We assume you already have Wine installed.
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How to Bind Shortcut Keys to WINE Programs in Linux (Make Tech Easier)