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How to preserve shortcuts to load on different computers


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Hi. Please forgive me if this has been covered elsewhere; I looked but couldn't find it.

I have an elaborate set of Mumble shortcuts that I use with ten different LINUX machines. I haven't figured out any easy way to preserve a working set from one machine that I can then export to the other nine. I know about ~/home/.config/Mumble/Mumble.conf and although I can preserve an extra copy of that configuration file, subsequent attempts to re-use it have failed to configure the shortcuts in my experience.

It is very tedious to do all of this manually, machine after machine.

Can anybody suggest some other approach?



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