Screenshots keyboard shortcut
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 21, 2010
Is there a way to take a Screenshot with keyboard shortcuts?
Ubuntu 14.04 Custom Keyboard Shortcut Commands
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 29, 2014
I would like to change default screenshot's command from gnome-screenshot to shutter. Is it possible to change it and if it's, how to do that?
Thank you very much!
how to set keyboard shortcut for system monitor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 9, 2009
I looked around and couldn't find a specific answer to this problem, so i thought i'd just ask -- if it's already been answered, i apologize. So i'm new to Ubuntu (i'm using version 8.04 with gnome) and the first thing i looked for was a task manager like in Windows. I was thrilled to find the Gnome System Monitor, which i think is lightyears ahead of its microsoft counterpart. Anyway, i pinned it to the panel (or whatever the terminology is for that), but wasn't satisfied -- i guess you could say i'm addicted to the Control-Shift-Escape method of bringing up the task manager. After a google search and looking at some forum posts elsewhere, i came upon something that suggested using keybinding commands in the Configuration Editor. It provided a pretty straightforward example, and i tried it out (using the command and target app that i wanted).
Here's what i did:
a) changed value of /apps/metacity/keybinding_commands/command_1 to 'gnome-system-monitor' (without the quo
[XFCE][Debian] Keyboard shortcut: unlisted package dependency
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 18, 2014
I've made a fresh install of Debian Wheezy with XFCE 4.8.
I like to prune my installation of things I don't need. However removing all the superfluous packages makes the "keyboard shortcut" stop working.
This is what I'm talking about:
I can't find the name of the program, or containing program. So it's hard to search the net for what's wrong.
None of the shortcuts set there will work. Removing my settings had no effect. Reinstalling all packages made it work again.
I'm going to painstakingly obtain and go through the list of packages that I had deleted. If anyone could please tell me what's happening, I'd prefer that.
switch keyboard shortcut
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 20, 2010
I run KDE 3.X and for the life of it, can't figure out how to assign the "ALT+SHIFT" to switch between keyboard layouts? The default AL+SHIFT+K switches from EN to second one and after that it (obviously) doesn't work.
saw a few posts (http://www.linux-archive.org/gentoo-...alt-shift.html), but the flag is not changing in the tray.
I also tried to go thru "Keyboard shortcuts", but for whatever reason, it doesn't want to accept the combination of "alt+shift" and expects another key ( i guess).
I'm using Centos 5.2 and the the keyboard model is "MS natural keyboard pro" with US and two Cyrillic layouts - one of them is phonetic.
[SOLVED] How do I make a keyboard shortcut for...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 11, 2008
My default Terminal Emulator is Xfce terminal, which I am very fond of. I want to make a keyboard shortcut to open this, but the best I've come up with is opening X terminal (xterm).
I go to Xfce settings manger, click keyboard, click the shortcuts tab, and add a shortcut. I type xterm and hit my shortcut keys. What do I need to type instead of xterm to get the Xfce Terminal to open?
Actually I just got it. Even though I spent hours trying to figure this out, I got the answer seconds after I posted.
To anyone else with this issue, it is called "xfce4-terminal"
cant remove DELETE as a keyboard shortcut ......help!!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 12, 2010
i set delete as a keyboard shortcut for the gnome-terminal accidentally and later changed it to ALT+T but now both DELETE and ALT+T open up a terminal
its really annoying not to be able to use the delete key.....every time i press DELETE a terminal window opens up
does anyone know how to fix this
thanks for the help in advance.....
11.04 Unity keyboard shortcut to lock desktop
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 20, 2011
I'm running ubuntu 11.04 beta 2 and the unity desktop, upgraded from 10.10.
I really really want to lock the desktop with Windows key ("Super/Mod4") +L . I can change the shortcut to e.g. control+alt+L from system shortcut settings but windows+L does not work.
I wonder why the win+L shortcut has not there by default, as some other windows-like shortcuts are there.
Why can't I open Nautilus with a keyboard shortcut?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 18, 2010
I'm hoping this is a simple one.
I am used to Win+'e' as a shortcut to open Windows explorer. The equivalent in Ubuntu would be to map Win+'e' to open Nautilus.
If I look in "Keyboard Shortcuts" there is no existing shortcut to open Nautilus. But I know that if I type "Nautilus" in a terminal it will open nautilus.
So, in Keyboard Shortcuts I create a new shortcut, called "Open Nautilus", with the command being just 'nautilus' (without the 's). I map this to Win+'e', but it doesn't work. Neither does it work when I try and map it to any other key combination (or even something simple like F11 - which isn't mapped to anything else either.)
This suggests that I am putting the command in wrongly. (Or that it is, for some reason, impossible to create a shortcut to open Nautilus - is it?)
Any ideas where I am going wrong?
Thanks for your help.
P.S. FWIW, this is 10.4 Lucid, but I have tried this in every version
Is there a keyboard shortcut command to exit the terminal?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 3, 2014
Is there a keyboard shortcut, to exit the gnome-terminal whilst it is in use, without having to type the word "exit"?
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