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Old 13th December 2011, 08:19 PM
akshayvyas29 Offline
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Re: ctrl-alt-plus/minus switching resolution doesn't work anymore

im also having the same problem....but since i installed fc6 ctrl+alt is not working so think they are not supportive anymore

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FOR GNOME:

General Shortcut Keys

Alt + F1
Opens the Applicantions Menu .

Alt + F2
Displays the Run Application dialog.

Print Screen
Takes a screenshot.

Alt + Print Screen
Takes a screenshot of the window that has focus.

Ctrl + Alt + right arrow
Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + left arrow
Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + up arrow
Switches to the workspace above the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + down arrow
Switches to the workspace below the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + d
Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop.

F1
Starts the online help browser, and displays appropriate online Help.

Window Shortcut Keys
Alt + Tab


Switches between windows. When you use these shortcut keys, a list of windows that you can select is displayed.

Release the keys to select a window.
Alt + Esc

Opens the first menu on the left side of the menubar.
Alt + spacebar

Ctrl + Alt + right arrow
Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + left arrow
Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + up arrow
Switches to the workspace above the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + down arrow
Switches to the workspace below the current workspace.

Ctrl + Alt + d
Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop.

Panel Shortcut Keys
Ctrl + Alt + Tab


Switches the focus between the panels and the desktop. When you use these shortcut keys, a list of items that

you can select is displayed. Release the keys to select an item.
Ctrl + Alt + Esc


Opens the Applications menu from the Menu Bar , if the Menu Bar is in a panel.

Application Shortcut Keys

Shortcut Keys


Command

Ctrl + N
New

Ctrl + X
Cut

Ctrl + C
Copy

Ctrl + V
Paste

Ctrl + Z
Undo

Ctrl + S
Save

Ctrl + Q
Quit

FOR KDE:

Alt-F2
Execute Command

Ctrl - B
Add Bookmark

Ctrl-Esc
List of running applications.

Ctrl - W
Close

Alt-Tab
Switch forward among windows

Ctrl - C
Copy

Alt-Shift-Tab
Switch backward among windows

Ctrl - End
End

Ctrl - F1 to F12
Switch to Desktop 1 - 12

Ctrl - F
Find

Shift-Ctrl-F1 to F4
Switch to Desktop 13 to 16

F3
Find Next

Ctrl-Alt-Esc
Kill Window (Click on the window to action the kill.)

Ctrl - F3
Find Prev

F1
Help

F12
Toggle cursor key mouse emulation

Ctrl - Home
Home

Alt - F1
Popup KDE launch menu

Ctrl - Insert
Insert

Ctrl-Tab
Switch forward one desktop

Ctrl - N
New

Ctrl-Shift-Tab
Switch back one desktop

Ctrl - Down
Next Complete Match

Alt - F4
Window close

Down
Next Item in List

Alt - F3
Window open menu

Ctrl - O
Open

Ctrl - V
Paste

"Windows" Menu

Popup Menu Context

Ctrl - Up
Previous Complete Match

Up
Previous Item in list

Ctrl - P
Print

Page Up
Prior

Ctrl - Q
Quit

Ctrl-Shift-Z
Redo

F5
Reload

Ctrl - R
Replace

Ctrl - S
Save

Ctrl - A
Select All

Ctrl - E
Text Completion

Ctrl - Z
Undo

Shift - F1
What's this

Ctrl - Plus (+)
Zoom In

Ctrl - Minus (-)
Zoom Out
these are the shortcuts for fedora 16
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