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The "Put" functionality of CompizConfig Settings Manager is great. I'd like to be able to move windows to the desktop corners by using Super+Down/Up+Left/Right for this; is that possible? Whenever I try to set something like that it is just reset to "Disabled".

A workaround is of course to use the numeric pad, but I'd like to be able to do this on my EEE laptop as well without enabling and disabling NumLock all the time.

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By design, it is not possible to create a keyboard shortcut that uses multiple non-modifier keys.

Imagine you've created shortcuts for both Super+Up and Super+Up+Left. When you press Super+Up, how will the computer know whether to execute the shortcut or keep waiting for more keys?

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I have not tried to set these to use the arrow keys in the Put plugin before, but I do not believe it is possible if compiz resets the keys. You may have to resort to using your normal number keys at the top of the keyboard.

The arrow keys work otherwise though.

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There is no problem with using arrow keys in the Put plugin. l0b0 is asking about creating keyboard shortcuts with two arrow keys, e.g. Super+Up+Left. –  ændrük Feb 17 '11 at 20:19
    
sorry I missed that minor detail at first. –  RolandiXor Feb 17 '11 at 21:20
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