I'm running Redhat Linux 6.5 with Gnome 2.28.2 desktop.
I'm trying to create a shortcut to open a terminal by pressing just the super key (i.e. the windows key or mod4) not a combination of the super key and some other key. The gnome-keybinding-properties gui will not let me enter just a modifier key (it wants something like super+d).
How can I tie this shortcut to just the super key?
I've tried editing .gconf/apps/metacity/global_keybindings/%gconf.xml with no luck. I did this in my previous version of gnome (2.16.0) and also with an ubuntu 13.04 install. But I can't figure out how to do it here.