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Why do you need a key binding for menu-off? Just click the desktop.
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It just seems natural that you should be able to control the menu using that button, and that includes closing it. We're trying to move our school from Windows XP to Debian with LXDE and it would help if the computer behaves in the same way.
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LXDE uses less RAM and less CPU while being a feature rich desktop environment. Unlike other tightly integrated desktops LXDE strives to be modular, so each component can be used independently with few dependencies. This makes porting LXDE to different distributions and platforms easier.
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