I’m composing on an old Dell laptop (Latitude D505) with Porteus (Linux) as the operating system on Linux Writer 4.3. Every so often I inadvertently hit a key toward the upper right (in the vicinity of the Backspace/Delete/End keys) and I get a window saying the computer needs to close (and the window flashes off before I can really read it). And the whole laptop powers off and when I turn it back on and open LibreOffice it tells me I need to recover data but from a file different than the one I’d been working on. I went to Tools>Customize>Keyboard>Shortcut Keys and didn’t see anything in the shortcut keys that could shut the computer down.
- Is there a LO shortcut key that can get the whole computer to power off?
- I only use Ctrl+S to save stuff but I don’t even need to do that so would it be wise to delete all the shortcut keys?
- If I delete them, can I get them back?
- Is there a better solution than any of the above?