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I'm trying to build a custom theme with hotkeys to open different apps from the homescreen and am looking for help in resolving a few issues I'm having.

The first problem is that the shortcuts for the p and q keys are swapped. When I hit p the app assigned to q opens and when I hit q the app assigned to p opens. Is this a common problem? Can I fix it? It's not a major problem, just an annoyance. If necessary I can just reverse the shortcuts in the svg file to get it the way I want.

The second problem is that the built in shortcuts activate sometimes too. For example when I hit the g button my app opens, but then Google Talk also opens. How can I set it such that the built in shortcuts aren't active?

Next, for third party apps I know I can just go into the applications list on my device and use the module name for the shortcuts. The only one I'm having a problem with is Pandora, whose module is pandora$2dradio. Is there anything else I need to do to get that shortcut to work?

Lastly, is there a way I can program different sound profiles as shortcut keys from the homescreen like I can do with the apps?

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