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Custom Shortcut Keys on Ubuntu 9.10?

Custom Shortcut Keys on Ubuntu 9.10?

Is there anyway I can change a shortcut key that an application has under one of it's menus in Ubuntu. For example I'm running PyCrust and want it to clear the window when I press Ctrl+L.

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Setting the gconf key /desktop/gnome/interface/can_change_accels to true will allow you to bind and unbind GTK+ menu items by hovering over the menu item and pressing the keystroke to bind, or Backspace to unbind.