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I use both OS X and Ubuntu(11.10). In OS X, Ctrl+Arrow is the shortcut for changing space. When I use Ubuntu, I habitually press Ctrl+Arrow to change space. Actually I should use Alt+Ctrl+Arrow. Can I change the shortcut key?

Thanks.

Sam

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  1. Open the Keyboard utility.
  2. In the Shortcuts tab, select Navigation and scroll to the bottom. Double click on a row and press your new shortcut keys.

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