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According to 'System Settings → Keyboard → Shortcuts → Windows → Toggle fullscreen Mode' I can use Alt+F10 to toggle fullscreen mode of a window. In previous versions of Ubuntu this worked just fine, is this a known bug in Unity?

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closed as off topic by Oli Feb 24 '12 at 9:42

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Does it do anything for you? For me it maximizes windows (terminal and Chromium). – user32085 Nov 4 '11 at 20:27
Yes it maximizes windows, in that respect it behaves identical to 'System Settings → Keyboard → Shortcuts → Windows → Maximize window'. But it doesn't make windows fullscreen like in older Ubuntu versions (and neither does it toggle). – Erik Nov 4 '11 at 20:41
I would report this as a bug. One thing you can try are the steps here. Basically install compiz-fusion-plugins-extra and look for Extra WM Actions under Window Management in CCSM. But I did this and it doesn't seemt to have helped. Perhaps you'll have better luck. Otherwise, see how do I report a bug. – Kris Harper Nov 4 '11 at 21:12