I am running Lubuntu 11.10. By default the main menu is bound to Alt+F1 (A-F1) which works. Here is the relevant code from
<keybind key="A-F1"> <action name="Execute"> <command>lxpanelctl menu</command> </action> </keybind>
This works. When I hit Alt+F1, I can see the start menu.
If I change the keys to "Windows key + M" (W-m), I can pull up the start menu using Win+M
<keybind key="W-m"> <action name="Execute"> <command>lxpanelctl menu</command> </action> </keybind>
However, I cannot bind the start menu to the Windows key alone. If I try replacing "W-m" by "W", the "W" alphabet key gets bound to the start menu. If I try "W-" nothing happens, I have tried the "Super" option too but to no avail.
How can I bind the Lubuntu main menu to the windows Key?
I have been through some relevant lubuntu questions, like this one, which tries to do the opposite.
How do I unbind Super key from menu in Lubuntu