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Unity keyboard/mouse shortcuts

On MS Windows we can use Super + Arrow to move a window to the right and the left of the screen, maximize, minimize and even move it to another screen. Is there a way to configure this feature on Unity?

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marked as duplicate by Marco Ceppi Apr 23 '11 at 16:00

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On Unity, you can press Ctrl + Alt + Numpad 1 to move the window to the bottom left of the screen.

You can also use Numpad 4 to move it left, Numpad 7 to move it top left, Numpad 8 to move it top, Numpad 2 to move it bottom, Numpad 9 to move it top right, Numpad 6 to move it right and Numpad 3 to move it bottom right.

I hope this helped you,

Daniel

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