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How do I take a screenshot? press PrtScn = Windows captures the entire screen and copies it to the (invisible) clipboard. Note: On some notebooks you have to hold Fn and then press PrtScn instead. Where can I find that key? PrtScn ScrLk Pause Look fo
by sushi2141 Last Updated January 05, 2016 12:01 PM How do I open the application launcher ("start menu") of Kubuntu with my Windows key? Similar to how the Start menu in Windows is opened. I don't want to use Alt+F1. Answers 6 About modifier keysMod
I switch back and forth between two computers constantly: OSX Snow Leopard Ubuntu 10. 10 I'd like to be able to make Ubuntu use the same keyboard shortcuts as OSX System Wide, for the following keyboard sequences only (ie I don't want to make Ctrl ac
by Tareq Last Updated July 03, 2015 15:01 PM I want to use the "BackSpace" button as a shortcut key on nautilus. I want to return to the previous folder whilst browsing the Home folder, just like windows 7. Also I want the same thing while using Fire
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As others have pointed out, the two words following the cursor are transposed, and the cursor is placed after the words that have been transposed. However, Visual Studio 2010 at least appears to ignore commas and other punctuation when considering "w
If you want @wulftone (or others), at least until Cinnamon maybe add this possibility later, here is the script I personally use for that (found I don't know anymore where on the web): NEW LINK —AGAIN—: http://pastebin. com/zjFaRh28(updated version a
System Monitor shows you an overview of running applications (under the Processes tab) and allows you to end them by right-clicking on the name and selecting the respective context menu item. You can set up keyboard shortcuts in the Keyboard settings
It sounds like you have Ibus running, which uses Ctrl + Space by default to enable/disable the input editor. You can change the shortcut key assigned to it in Ibus Preferences. If Ibus is running in the menubar, you can right-click to choose Preferen
Not only Mac users but what about remote administration of multiple machines?! Anybody ever remote desktop through multiple machines? Where does your Ctrl+Alt+End key combination (that's not written anywhere on screen like an actual intuitive interfa