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I have just installed Ubuntu 12.10 and GNOME Commander 1.2.8.15. In the Commander I can not use Alt+F1 or Alt+F2 to change left/right connection. When I press either key combinations, the menu pane gets activated, but nothing happens.

I have installed CCSM, where I have modified key bindings at GNOME compatibility and also at Unity.

Do you have any ideas, what I am missing?

Thanks.

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I think the shortcut you described above is not available. Just have a look here: http://gcmd.github.io/keys.html.

Maybe you mean Alt+1 and Alt+2? These shortcuts are working in my case. By pressing Alt+1 a small window opens where I can choose the new connection in the left pannel.

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