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In 11.04 I change global hotkeys using gconf-editor, In 11.10 there no this software, and I think if developers remove it from base compection, maybe they do this configuration in Control Panel, but I can't find it

Also I'd try dconf-editor - and can't find hotkeys there.

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If you are looking all keyboard shortcuts, type keyboard in launcher hit enter to open. You can find all shortcuts under shortcut tab. If you i missed understand you, my apology :) –  Achu Dec 6 '11 at 12:43
    
It's helped me! –  Вячеслав Логинов Dec 6 '11 at 13:49
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If you are looking all keyboard shortcuts, type keyboard in launcher hit enter to open it. You can find all shortcuts under shortcut tab.

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my 1 cent: Typing keyboard opens Keyboard Layout for me. I had to type keyboard s to get the desired dialog window. –  Shawn Feb 29 '12 at 6:49
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