How to switch workspaces in Fluxbox via keyboard shortcuts?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 8, 2004
I can't figure out how to switch between workspaces using a keyboard shortcut in Fluxbox or even applications in the same workspace?
Also I would appreciate it if someone tell me how I can add more workspaces to my panel. I assume the default is 4.
How do I add custom keyboard shortcuts in WindowMaker?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 11, 2013
How do I add custom shortcuts in WindowMaker? I find only predefined ones in WPrefs and I see no way to create a new one except for assigning key combinations to predefined functions, but I need to do something totally different than what's listed there, so how do I get it done?
How can I create custom keyboard shortcuts in Gnome? (not the ones they have set!)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 1, 2005
Good evening/morning, I'm curious as to how I can map my own custom keyboard shortcuts;
ie: ctrl+m = mplayer
Any ideas? Thanks ahead!
[SOLVED] How do I reset the keyboard shortcuts?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 11, 2008
Lol, I know this is simple, but I can't find a way to do it. Yes, I've looked at the help within the program, but I don't know where to go or what command to type in to get it to reset, because I used ctrl and a click to zoom in and out, so I can't use ctrl now to select more than one thing...
EDIT - Also, no, pressing backspace to disable the zoom.....*face-palm* Nvm, I have to disable it in Compiz also, sorry.
How to get multiple keyboard shortcuts in the Linux Mint menu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 23, 2011
Hey guys, I've been using Linux for about a year now, and I have found to enjoy Linux Mint the best personally. I still use Windows, and am still used to using both windows keys to open my start menu. I am just unsure of how to get BOTH buttons to open the menu. I'm pretty sure that I am missing something stupid, and would love to get some help on this. I do use both buttons depending on my situation.
To reword in advance:
I have the menu open when I hit the left windows key. Is there a way to also allow the RIGHT Windows key to ALSO open it? I want 2 shortcuts do do the same thing, basically.
I know the buttons are Super_L and Super_R for my keyboard, so I don't need overly simple help.
If worse comes to worse, and I have to use the terminal, I am NOT afraid to use it, but I would need to know the command to use.
Thanks for help in advance!
keyboard shortcuts (any knowhow on how to do this)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 7, 2006
ok i have 12 keys on the top of my keyboard and i am having truoble getting them to workbut if i could get them to work it would prove to my windows lovers that i can get this keyboard to work
but ok i have read sugestions but none have helped me so i need a walkthru or just some more pointers
[SOLVED] How to code/implement the Linux windows keyboard shortcuts in all distros?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 7, 2013
Hi guys, this is really important to me!
Not sure I said it right, but basically the thing is, say in Ubuntu Unity, if you press Ctrl+Alt+Numpad Keys (with numlock off), the active foreground window in front of you will move accordingly, so if you press 6, the window will move to the right half of the screen, 4 to the left half, etc. If you press Alt+F7 you'll move the window, Alt+F8 you could resize it, and a lot of other cool shortcuts.
My question is, you know, there's a lot of other cool distros that don't have those shortcuts, like for example SliTaz, Vector (the one I'm on) and a lot others.
1- Can I write a script like, bash or python to do this? Maybe Linux API, which I read they're called POSIX. I googled that out, in a hope to find something like the MS documentation the WinAPI, but couldn't find any.
2- I figured that they're just global keyhooks and there must be some sort of source code for them, I looked for it, but couldn't find it.
Say I'm in my Unity, where can I fi
what are keyboard shortcuts to resize window,switch desktop etc
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 11, 2009
Hi I installed DSL a couple of days ago & am amazed at its running speed but I don't know keyboard shortcuts to minimize,maximize window or switch desktop,run applications(like alt+f2 in gnome based distros).Because i think keyboard is faster & easier than mouse.
keyboard shortcuts to switch languages
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 2, 2010
Hi to all!!
I'm a new and happy xubuntu user and I hope my question does not have an answer I could have easily found out myself...
I work with 4 languages and I was wandering if I could set a different keyboard shortcut for every language so I could change directly without needing to pass from all the 4 every time... I hope the answer does not require to interfere to the code, as I'm not familiar with the subject!
Thank you very much!
How to create keyboard shortcuts to move the window to the center of the desktop?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 13, 2013
Please help me how to create keyboard shortcuts to move the focused window to the center of the desktop!
Thanks in advance
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