First off I wanna share with you I'm impressed by the new XFCE.
However, I want to disable all keybindings. In XFCE4.2 this was done by setting all entries in a file called keyboardtheme.rc (or something like that) to none. Now I cant find such a file. What I want to achieve cant be done through the keyboardconfiguration in the configmanager since few options are given to disable and you can only add stuff.
I don't get it. You want to disable all the application keyboard shortcuts and the window manager shortcuts? When you create a new theme in 'settings manager -> keyboard -> shortcuts' and drop the default entries you have no application shortcuts anymore. And in 'settings manager -> window manager -> keyboard' you can disable all the xfwm4 shortcuts (create a new theme first).
It that what you mean? :?
settings manager -> window manager -> keyboard' you can disable all the xfwm4 shortcuts
Yup, this was what I meant ;D
I did do a searching for appropiate files where I could alter it. I checked the config manager, but apparently in the wrong places.
I think I am not the only in seacrhning the wrong places. I find the config manager not to be called very surveyable. Though there are but 16 entries, I oftenly find myself searching for the right config utility. But that's a just minor drawback to me. xfce rocks for the rest.
However, thanks a lot Nick