ubuntu hotkeys für schnellbediener

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hier kommt eine liste mit shortcuts für ubuntu. die liste ist schon älter. manche funktionen muß man dafür erst noch freischalten, andere sind evtl durch andere programme direkt belegt. probiert es einfach bei bedarf aus. ich habe on der liste ein paar sehr nützliche ubuntu hotkeys kennen gelernt.

gnome desktop

ALT-Tab Task List Selection
Crtl-Alt-(F1-F12) Command prompt
Crtl-Alt-Backspace Restart XWindows (muß ab ubuntu 9.04 eingeschaltet werden)
Crtl-C Copy the selected text or region onto the clipboard
Alt-(leftclick mouse) To hold on to the window/GUI and move it around
Ctrl-F Switch to desktop
Alt-F2 Show the panel run application dialog
Alt-F1 Show the panel menu
Print Take a screenshot
Alt-Print Take a screenshot of a window
Ctrl-Alt-Arrow keys Switches to the workspace to the specified direction of the current workspace
Ctrl-Alt-D Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop
Ctrl-Alt-Tab Switches the focus between the panels and the desktop
Alt-F4 Closes the currently focused window
Alt-F5 Unmaximize the current window, if it is maximized
Alt-F7 Move the currently focused window
Resize the currently focused window
Alt-F9 Minimize the current window
Alt-F10 Maximize the current window
Alt-spacebar
Shift-Ctrl-Alt-Arrow keys Moves the current window to another workspace in the specified direction
Ctrl-N Create a new document or window
Ctrl-X Cut the selected text or region and place it on the clipboard
Ctrl-V Paste the contents of the clipboard
Undo the last action
Ctrl-S Save the current document to disk
F1
Tab Move between controls in the interface or items in a list
spacebar Activate or choose the selected item
F10 Activate the left-most menu of the application window
Shift-F10 Activate the context menu for the selected item
Esc Close a menu without selecting a menu item, or cancel a drag operation

kde desktop

ALT-Tab Task List Selection
Ctrl-Tab Desktop Selection
Ctrl-Esc KDE System Gaurd
Alt-F1 Start Menu
Alt-F2 Run Command
Alt-F5 Desktop Icon Arrangement
Ctrl-Alt-F1 Exit to command prompt
Ctrl-Alt-F7 or F8 Takes you back to KDE desktop from command prompt
Alt-underlined letter: Performs task associated to the window menu panel
Tab To move from button to button
Crtl-Alt-Backspace Restart XWindows
Alt-(leftclick mouse) To hold on to the window/GUI and move it around
Ctrl-F Switch to desktop
Ctrl-Alt-Delete Log out (safely)
Ctrl-Alt-PgUp Reboot
Ctrl-Alt-PgDown Shutdown computer
Ctrl-Alt-L Lock Screen
Alt-F5 Show list of all windows
Alt-F1 Show K Menu (can also be the Windows key)
Ctrl-Alt-D Show desktop
Ctrl-Print Take screenshot (to clipboard, must paste it somewhere, e.g. konqueror)
Alt-Print Take screenshot of active window only

kennt ihr noch weitere hotkeys?
einmal in die kommentare bitte

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