Is there a hotkey to switch between tabs in the default terminal app?

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For those keyboard ninjas who hate using the mouse, switching between tabs in your browser window is essential since most people probably have a bunch of tabs open at once. I personally use my mouse for navigating tabs, but there are times when it’s easier to just use the keyboard, like when I am doing a lot of typing and need to get some info from a different tab quickly.

Depending on your browser, the keyboard shortcuts do vary a little bit, but luckily a lot of them are similar. Not only that, but some browsers like Chrome have a couple of different shortcuts keys for navigating tabs in different ways. You can simply roll through them one by one going left to right, you can skip around, you can go to the previous tab or you can go to the first or last tab. Chrome even has a cool shortcut for bringing back the last tab you closed.

In this article, I’ll go through the four major browsers (IE, Chrome, Firefox and Safari) and show you the different ways to navigate and...

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Keyboard shortcut: switch between tabs

location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 14, 2011
Ok. Here is something that has been driving me nuts. I am using KDE on a Red Hat machine.(I know you guys are going to kill me now, but I am here only coz I know you guys are the best ) So, I have this shell-Konsole open, with multiple tabs (Shell, Shell No. 2, Shell No. 3 - see screenshot). I am trying to find the keyboard shortcut to switch between these tabs. (E.g. Alt+1/2/3 as with the Gnome terminal.) I went to gconf-editor -> app -> metacity -> global keybindings/keybindings command. But I didn't find much help there. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

Managing keyboard shortcut conflicts between IDE and OS (Ubuntu)

location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 31, 1969
I'm using IntelliJ IDEA, but I think this applies to any IDE. In IDEA, some very useful keyboard shortcuts conflict with Ubuntu keyboard shortcuts. Some examples: Ctrl+Alt+L : formats the source...

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About

Warning: TotalTerminal is no longer under active development

TotalTerminal is a plugin for Terminal.app.

It provides persistent Visor Window which slides down when you press a hot-key (remember Quake console?).

Installation

TotalTerminal has an installer

Download latest TotalTerminal.dmg and run the installer. Configure your keyboard trigger by selecting the Preferences... -> TotalTerminal and edit your keyboard hot-key. By default it is CTRL+~.

Then you can trigger Visor Window with your hot-key from any application to get an instant terminal session.

To hide Visor window, you can either:

re-trigger with your key-combo optionally, you can click off the TotalTerminal window optionally, you can hit ESC (if enabled in TotalTerminal preferences)

Compatibility

For older versions please search the internet for Visor by Blacktree.

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