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So, my update to 13.04 didn't go very well. Due to the lack of a decent driver (Yes, i'm unlucky to have a legacy driver which doesn't play nice with the new Xorg.), I had to mess around with stuff to first troubleshoot and afterwards "fix" my system.
I've finally got unity back, but now CtrlAltarrow and CtrlAltShiftarrow don't work anymore. They are bound in "keyboard" > "shortcuts", but nothing happens when I try it. A strange thing is that other keyboard shortcuts, like ctrlaltt to show terminal are still working.
I noticed that CtrlAltarrow doesn't show in the list with "unity shortcuts" (the list that shows when you hold the super key).
Does anyone know how to re-enable this way of workspace switching?
I enabled workspaces in the appearance menu. It doesn't have any effect though. Switching via the workspace-switcher in the unity dash works fine though.
CCSM is installed, but I can't seem to find a way to add keyboard bindings there.
System: ubuntu 13.04 64bit